Mount Morgan Historical Museum

Mount Morgan Historical Museum

Location: 87 Morgan Street.

A trip to Mount Morgan would not be complete without a trip to the Mount Morgan Historical Museum. Housing an impressive collection of relics from the town's earliest years to the present, the Mount Morgan Historical Museum delves into the captivating history of Mount Morgan. 

Among the extensive range, displays include mining equipment, historic household and business objects, and an extensive photographic display; taking you through the years of Mount Morgan life, and presenting the faces and stories of some of the town’s most prominent individuals.

The fascination continues with the Museum’s fine collection of horse-drawn buggies and wagons, along with the first motor hearse in Mount Morgan (a 1921 Buick) and a 1942 International Fire Engine.

Part of the unique display also includes the Museum and Gallery Achievement Award winning exhibit Mount Morgan Murri. Telling a fine example of the history of the local Indigenous community, Mount Morgan Murri features a variety of artifacts, interpretation panels, stories and photographs recovered from around the local area. The collection also includes local Indigenous artwork and an audio visual display of photographs and voiceovers - presented by members of the Mount Morgan community.

Gifts and Souvenirs are also available.

Historical Museum closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day, Good Friday and New Year's Day

Open 7 days from 10:00am – 4:00pm.

Adults- $6, Students/pensioners - $4, children (5-15yrs) $2. PHONE 07 4938 2122 EMAIL mmhmuseum@yahoo.com.au