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This is an outpost of the State Museum and as such is professionally presented. It has a focus on indigenous history and early settlement. The only modern display addresses the scourge of salination. I would have come away thinking that the entire region should be...More
Took the kids and their cousin to the museum for an afternoon visit, we were really impressed with the kids discovery area and the activities on offer. The staff member supervising the area Alena was very friendly, knowledgable and helpful.
We really enjoyed the local...More
Not sure what the last person who commented saw (or missed) but we loved the Residency building which housed great exhibitions covering both European and Aboriginal history. A real insight to the region and its people. The arty side was in a different building and...More
I was surprised that this place was not more "museumy" given all the local history etc. The Brig Amity was good but the museum itself was more like just a picture gallery. I have visited many regional museums and whilst what was there was good...More
This was so much more than we thought it would be. A really good display and lots for children to do. We loved the Art display by the local school, such a huge diversity of talent. Clearly there was a lot about Anzac and war,...More
A good display of Anzac and war memory's. An old school building and light house display . A gift shop on site . Hands on old time games in garden for children's use . Close to brig amity boat can do both activity sin one...More
A snapshot of the early life of Albany that has been very well done. We were lucky to visit while Remember Me-the Lost Diggers Of Vignacourt - an exhibition of a collection of photographs featuring prints of 74 of the over 800 glass-plate negatives which...More