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The museum is opposite the Gaol and full of fascinating things including early irrigation 'pipe' made from timber and coiled metal, examples of agricultural or communication technology and a 20 minute video on the 1956 floods. Perhaps Wentworth could use this building as a warehouse...More
We had missed the Pioneer Museum last time we were in Wentworth so we were glad to have the chance to have a look through. The charge to enter was very reasonable and you walk through to one very large room of exhibits but there...More
We went to the pioneer museum during our stay in Mildura ! We found it a fascinating place filled with all sorts of historical and pioneering artefacts ! The kids loved the dinosaurs and megafauna! I loved the old hospital equipment ! My husband loved...More
A lot of old relics to see . Also how people survived the big flood in the 50's Very interesting. Tells all about the levee that now surrounds the town was built . How the local phone system worked and all the old farm machinery...More
I walked to this museum from centre of Wentworth. An easy stroll. I arrived after scheduled opening hour to find place closed. So I headed across the road to the Wentworth Gaol to check it out before heading back
This time, the museum was open...More
The Folk Museum is across the road from the Gaol. The friendly man at the front desk, accepted our admission fee of $4 each (Seniors).
It was easy to wander along the aisles to see the many historical items including a Model T Ford, washing...More
Across the road from the Gaol, we entered this time capsule that sent us back to our childhood days and even to what our parents would have. Not just a room full of old equipment but a visual journey of what was available to the...More
Quite a good afternoon could be spend here looking at the intriguing collection of items we were to as relics but our parents and grandparents knew as everyday items.
Very well layed out lane ways are easy to follow and particularly items are signed.