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I was on a day trip to Cygnet and was making the most of my time to see everything I could. The return bus to Hobart wasn't until 2.20pm so I had plenty of time to fill. The museum was housed in the old meeting...More
Interesting little collection of historical items from the last 150 years covering settlement and establishment of the region, family histories, historic buildings, wooden boat building, timber & other industries & the convict era. Entry by gold coin donation. Open Dec – Feb 12.30pm - 3pm...More
A small little town that makes you think it hasn’t caught up to the hustle and bustle of today
We went to the local museum, had a look at the local shops, and wandered around this peaceful town
The traders were friendly and up for...More
This small museum contains a lot of interesting local history from the last 150 years. There are a lot of old photos of people and housing and many family history files. Although the museum is supervised and questions can be asked, the visitor is free...More
This small museum is located in the centre of Cygnet with some relatively interesting displays but quite old fashioned. You can go in for a donation. It is Ok to look at if you are passing through but not a must see.