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Queenscliffe Historical Museum

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Queenscliffe Historical Museum

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49 Hesse St, Queenscliff, Victoria 3225 Australia
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Martin H wrote a review Mar 2019
Melbourne, Australia77 contributions30 helpful votes
This place is a must for anyone interested in the history of Queenscliff, particularly its military & maritime aspects. All items are well displayed and are easily viewed in pleasant surroundings
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Date of experience: March 2019
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msrowland wrote a review Sep 2018
Geelong, Australia4 contributions
We had no idea this place was here, but it was raining and we needed something to do. How wonderful to find this fascinating little treasure trove, with it's mix of artifacts, costumes and all manner of things. We loved the old photos, films and newsreels, and could happily have spent the whole afternoon here!
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Date of experience: August 2018
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kevwend wrote a review Jun 2018
Melbourne, Australia33 contributions16 helpful votes
Anyone who is at all interested in learning something of the history of Queenscliff and the surrounding areas (and there is plenty of history here), is bound to find plenty to interest them. The Museum creates a fine atmosphere for the displays, which change regularly, and are impressive in their range and diversity. The volunteers obviously spend much time and care on researching donated items and are to be congratulated. It's an excellent way to spend an hour of two, browsing through the collection of strange, beautiful or wonderful objects. Staff on duty are happy to provide information and there is an interesting video to watch.
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Date of experience: June 2018
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Juggernaut42 wrote a review Jan 2018
Melbourne, Australia96 contributions22 helpful votes
I had some family history research to do and spread it over 2 half days. Research staff were extremely helpful and gave me lots of assistance and suggestions for further research leads. Also did the museum display and tapestry exhibit which were all very interesting. Some of the artefacts about the area are fascinating.
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Date of experience: January 2018
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Robyn H wrote a review Apr 2017
Melbourne, Australia62 contributions13 helpful votes
Over the years, we have visited the Queenscliff Museum, as it's a great way for children and adults to learn about the people, times, issues, struggles and joys of a popular tourist destination. With so much history surrounding the visitor to Queenscliff (architecture), it's important to learn of why, how, where and who created this place. You then have a much greater appreciation of times and people past, and how we can best enjoy and preserve the important elements for generations to come.
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Date of experience: January 2017
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