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“An eclectic one room history of Marble Bar”
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Marble Bar Museum
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Reviewed April 26, 2017

The museum is not staffed. It is a donation and then walk the exhibits sort of place.

Exhibits are in a single room between the Registrar and Mad Clapping Harry's Cafe.

The display's range from the old telegraph board and a dentists chair, to a can of Emu Export in the old fashioned tin (not aluminium) can.

Thank BroomeTravellers
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Reviewed August 1, 2016

Has some great items and literature on the history of the area from pastoral, mining and living in bygone era's

Thank Kathryn F
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Reviewed June 23, 2016

Not sure if this qualify so as a museum. There is a collection of things. Some old , others not. Some historic, others , well not really relivent. The cafe adjacent has great cookies.

Thank PHIL M M
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Reviewed May 31, 2016

A nice little museum nestled in the beautiful old Government building in Marble Bar. I think that this historical old stone building was built back in the 1870's. The museum holds a lot of artifacts from the gold mining years in the town. There are also mineral exhibits. Next door is a nice little cafe so one can sip a latte while strolling through the museum :)

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