Looking at the exhibits takes about 2 hrs depending on your interest. The talk an info take about an hour. There is a lot to see
Maybe about an hour
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You can walk through at a steady pace and view the exhibits in approx 2-3 hrs. For a more detailed look at everything, reading and reminiscing you will probably need 3+ hours
Some of the articles are rare and one of a kind.
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hi,the tour lasts as long as you want,you can even have a couple of drinks there after
When you take a seat the guys have more of an informal chat with you and explain what it’s all about. They’re fun and engaging and that part goes for around 20 min or so and then you can get a beer and have a wonder about. I’ve been there 3 times, the last time with the wife and we both had a great time as it’s something completely out of the norm.
That depends on you at least 1 hour or longer if you like looking at all the different displays & there are displays outside as well.
Take as little g as you like, but we spent around 1.25 hours there.
Takes about an hour to walk around and hav a froffy . He sits and talks to u for 20 m and just points out items
The tour begins with a commentary (and laughter), for about half an hour, then you are free to look around for as long as you like.
about an half hour information and after that you can spend as much time to explore the many items in the shed by yourself. We have spend about two hours in total there. Great experience.
The trip from Echuca CBD to the Shed was a short ride. We were able to buy a drink and drink holder, then take our seats ready for the talk. The very entertaining talk took about a half hour or so with interactions with audience members and prizes awarded. We then had free time to wander around inside and outdoors looking at everything so altogether it can be done in an hour plus - perhaps allow 2 hours and Well worth the trip for the nostalgia as well as the history and entertainment. I remember it fondly whenever I use my stubby holder or observe it in the kitchen cupboard. Pleased I did this tour - by the way I'm mainly a wine drinker :)
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