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This is more than a traditional museum! It is an inter-active museum set in a 19th century homestead surrounded by beautiful gardens. Discover more about the social history of Greenough from Aboriginal times to today. Marvel at the preserved curios...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
11 Phillips Road | off the Brand Highway, Greenough, Western Australia 6532, Australia
Located approximately 25km from Geraldton WA. Centred in and around a 19th century homestead this is a touch and feel museum. Walk through the house look at and touch and feel. Provides a glimpse into a past era. Well worth a visit and why not...More
Pure gold, this little gem of a Museum was an opportunity that all ages should experience.
We totally immersed ourselves in a time long gone & just wanted to stay there.
Margaret, on-site volunteer was precious, a mound of heartfelt historical information.
What an asset...More
Most local museums tend to be mausoleums of unrelated brick-a-brack and tatty stuff, but not so the Greenough Museum and Gardens. Very imaginative displays, relevant to the house and its history, with interactive parts and fun things to do for kids. The garden is wonderful....More
I can highly recommend stopping at this beautiful, small and nostalgic place! The staff is amazingly friendly and helpful. It doesn’t feel like a museum but rather like a home on display, with the most beautiful garden! A little oasis in the west Australian desert.
The house and contents are beautifully presented giving a realistic feel of how people lived . I loved the interactive displays and educational information. The way it is presented makes you want to delve deeper into the history and gives you a great respect for...More
Lots of things for the kids to do and see, which is a great way to get them interested. Not so much for the grown ups, although the 800 year old leaning tree is something well worth stopping for. Would recommend a visit included on...More