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Christie’s museum is a step back in time.
Well worth a visit talking to George the owner about his many years of collecting
He had 3 ladies who are helping George put his collection in order & what a wonderful job they are doing cleaning...More
well worth the visit to see this remarkable collection of history,walk your self through decades of memories vintage cars trucks and memorabilia all under cover ask questions and learn the history of this collection
The highlight of our trip to Tocumwal was a visit to Chrystie's Classics & Collectables Museum where we met the owner, George, and his cocky, Elvis (who only answers to the name of Cocky Cocky), and Sandy, the Golden Retriever. George is a lovely man...More
This place was fantastic to visit! Extremely welcoming and something for everyone to look at. The owner was great to talk to and was interesting to learn a bit more about how it became a museum and playing with his bird with the kids.
Highly recommend visiting Chrysties Museum if you are in Cobram- Barooga / Yarrawonga-Mulwala area along the Mighty Murray in VIC/NSW. And if you get to meet Mr John Chystie, it is the icing on the cake. Reasonable entry fee [$per adult and children free] unlocks...More
So many pieces in this collection. It's not for everyone, but even those not interesting in a bulk of the collection will still find it enjoyable and interesting. You'll be surprised at just what there is to see and all the history contained in a...More
Look it’s not everyone’s thing but if you like a walk down memory lane and vintage cars and caravans and other collectables it’ll keep you occupied for awhile. My kids were pretty interested in all the things for about an hour and a half. You...More
What a fascinating museum. Plan to spend a few hours looking at a marvelous collection which must have taken years to acquire. Only a small entrance fee and a few km out of town but well worth the visit. Two of the old caravans were...More
Its a shame Christie's Museum is listed as one ofthe area's attractions because it was an untidy collection of a few interesting items amidst a lot of junk. Poorly displayed and the $5 cost too much for what it is.
Would rather spend time along...More