Hawkesbury Regional Museum
8 Baker Street, Windsor NSW 2756
The Hawkesbury Regional Museum is located in one of the country’s oldest settlements and is the only publicly run, professionally staffed museum in Hawkesbury and surrounding local government areas.
Here you can see things you won’t find anywhere else, from the celestial globe that belonged to John Tebbutt, an internationally-renowned astronomer who lived his whole life in the Hawkesbury, to the diary kept by a member of HMAS Hawkesbury during World War II and recording the Japanese surrender. There are also interesting permanent and temporary exhibitions such as River, Land, People and Mighty Mushrooms.
Also on site is ‘Howe House’, a historic house that has been fitted with furnishings and displays that reflect its evolution over 200 years of history. The house is open for inspection at 11am and 2pm on weekends, and during the week for booked groups.
Wednesday - Monday 10am-4pm
Tuesday by appointment
Open selected public holidays
Cost: Free (group bookings are $2 per person)
Parking: Free available parking
Mobility parking space in the Council car park adjacent to the Museum
Wheelchair access: Accessible venue, toilets and parking
Accessible entrances via Baker Street
If you wish to ask other brief questions please email at email@example.com or phone at 02 4560 4655.
Fax: 02 4560 4442
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- MON open
- TUE closed
- WED open
- THU open
- FRI open
- SAT open
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