Salisbury Folk Museum

The Museum occupies three rooms which were originally the residential part of the Old Police Station. It contains a comprehensive collection of general artefacts and personal items, many of which came from the family of John Harvey who founded Salisbury in 1848. Because Salisbury was originally a farming community there are many farming relics; a complete blacksmith's shop, a display on the town's flour mill, and numerous household items. There is also an extensive photograph library.

Address: 
Ann Street, Salisbury, SA
Tel: 
0882583016
Hours: 
2pm-4pm Sun, Wed or by appointment
Admission: 
Free
Facilities: 
Wheelchair access, guided tours, sales
Collection: 
400 items; 500 photographs
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