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A lot of the stuff is old and “junky” , but it brought back a lot of memories for me.
Friendly attendants and we were made to feel very welcome.
Like Aladdin’s cave, this seems to go on and on. Well worth the entry fee.
Very quaint little museum. Clean and well presented.
Entrance fee was fine and the historical books for sale were great. I loved how people can add there own little comments on sticky notes all around the museum ( way better than a visitors book that...More
This is a wonderful museum built around Sheppartons oldest surviving building (The old Public Hall 1873) Fascinating collection of memorabilia through the ages, local history and general information on this great township.
This is an excellent Rural Heritage Heritage Centre specialising in local history of Shepparton some fascinating items of how people lived in the past and things they used in daily life spend sometime reading many of the displays to get the feel of life in...More
This was my first visit Shepparton Heritage Centre, and it was surprising in many ways. The centre was a lot larger with a lot of amazing historical pieces that allowed everyone to see the difference between the items from the past and present and how...More
Amazing centre looks very small but when you go inside it opens up into several big light and airy rooms. Such a lot of interesting things from a 16th Century chair donated by Shepparton UK (thanking student in early 1900's for sending dried fruits to...More
Looks good. The opening hours are very unique: even Sundays, odd Wednesdays etc. It's better to call and be sure about the timings. 8-10 historical items are on display in the garden, and they can be viewed from outside, even if the office is closed.
Never knew there was so much history in Shepperton. Always knew about the SPC Ardmona factory but not much about the rich migrant heritage of the district. Well worth a visit. and the painted cows everywhere!