Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery

Tasmania's state museum and art gallery established in the 1840s as the museum of the Royal Society of Tasmania.

Maritime Museum of Tasmania

The Maritime Museum of Tasmania is housed in Hobart's old Carnegie Library Building. It is appropriately sited diagonally opposite Constitution Dock, that welcome haven for yachts competing in the annual Sydney-Hobart yacht race.

Narryna Heritage Museum

Narryna is a beautiful Georgian sandstone and brick house with a walled and flagstoned courtyard and a coach-house. It is set in a lovely old world garden shaded by huge elm trees.

Furneaux Museum

The museum is a cluster of seven buildings which are themselves exhibits e.g.. One is 'Dryazell' (on its original site), one time private school and residence of first government subsidised teacher on Flinders Island.

AMA Medical History Museum

The museum is presently housed in the attic rooms of AMA House, a Georgian building erected in early 1850s. The collection reflects medical practice in Tasmanian from the late 1800s to the present, and complements other medical collections in Tasmania.

Latrobe Bicycle Race Club Museum

Collection of 100yrs of carnival programs, photos of competitors over 100yrs, working bee's, committees, carnivals etc, videos of races etc, bicycles used by wheelrace winners (1902 etc), club and carnival history from 1896.Bicycles and archival material.

National Trust of Australia ,Tasmania

The National Trust properties are an integral part of Tasmania's unique heritage. They are maintained by the National Trust for your inspection and enjoyment. Take the time to visit these Properties and experience Tasmania's historic past first hand.

Ulverstone Local History Museum

The main building onsite houses a collection of artefacts of local historical interest, displayed in mock building/room settings. The library building (a historic school building moved to the site) allows both genealogical historical and photographic study.

Devonport Maritime Museum and Historical Society Inc.

Located in old harbour master's residence near mouth of Mersey River in Parklands. Entirely volunteer based and operated, extensive research libraries, maritime and local history.

Australasian Golf Museum

The museum is a feature attraction of the small township of Bothwell, Tasmania, also home to the oldest golf course in the Southern Hemisphere.

Tasmania Distillery Museum

History and story of whisky making in Tasmania as part of a working distilleryInformative display - active distillery, distilling single malt whisky 7 days a week. Museum contains an original colonial still from midwoods distillery circa 1830

The Mercury Print Museum

The Mercury Print Museum is an interpretation centre with a particular focus on education. The museum has been established in one of Tasmania's oldest buildings, reflecting the early days of Hobart as well as the early days of printing in Tasmania.

Archives Office of Tasmania

The Archives Office of Tasmania, established through the provisions of the Archives Act 1983 (and previous archival legislation) is the repository for all Tasmanian government records which are no longer of immediate administrative use but which are considered worthy of permanent or long-term pre


Clarendon, one of the great Georgian houses of Australia, was completed in 1838 for the wealthy woolgrower and merchant, James Cox. He was the second son of William Cox who pioneered the first road over the Blue Mountains in New South Wales.

Entally House

The most historic of the Trust houses, Entally is thought to have been built in 1819 by Thomas Haydock Reibey, the eldest son of Mary & Thomas Reibey of Sydney.

Sound Preservation Association of Tasmania Inc.

Archive - storing old sound recordings - especially Tasmania voices and sounds - local radio programs from the past. Restoration and displaying all types of old sound equipment from Edison cylinder to modern day. Restoring and repairing old equipment - Graymos radios ect, for the general public.

Cygnet Living History Museum Inc.

The Cygnet Living History Museum is a central display area and archive for the information, photographs and artefacts pertaining to the history of the Cygnet region and the wider Hvon. Information is being constantly researched and added to the Museum's collection.