Wilmot Museum

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Wilmot Museum

The Wilmot Museum is located in the township of Wilmot, the ‘Valley of Views’ on the tourist route to Cradle Mountain. The museum was originally a church and schoolroom, built in 1897 by pioneer Henry Buxton. The original organ and pew are on display with antique desks and learning objects of the time. Tools, objects, photographs and records of the early settlers of Wilmot can be seen.

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Wilmot Museum, Main Road, Wilmot

Saturday and Sunday
11.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.

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