The Kyneton Museum is at 67 Piper Street, Kyneton.
The museum collection is housed in a National Trust building that was built in 1856 as a Bank of New South Wales.
There are changing exhibitions in the original banking chamber, and upstairs the bank manager’s residence is preserved in time.
Outdoor exhibits include original bluestone stables, servant's kitchen, laundry and Theaden Cottage. The museum is also home to a wide variety of carriages and historical agricultural equipment.
The museum is open Friday to Sunday, 11am–4pm.
It can be opened by appointment for group tours and school group visits during the week and public holidays.
It will be closed from 4pm on Sunday 20 January until 11am on Friday 1 March 2019 while building works are underway.
- Full price: $5
- Concession / student (child under 5 free): $3
- Family (2 adults & 2/3 children): $10
- Education / Schools program (per student): $2.50
- Hire of grounds for events: $200 for the first hour and $45 for each additional hour
- Hire of "Museum Backdrop": $95 flat fee during business hours, additional charge outside Museum hours.
Special bus group concessions apply. Contact the Museum directly for a quote.
- Upstairs bank manager’s residence from the 1850’s
- Fascinating local history
- Historic bluestone building
- Relaxing gardens
- Located in historic Piper Street
- Changing exhibitions
- Household items
- Linens, laces and costumes
- Art works and photographs
- Significant collection of agricultural machinery and horse drawn carriages.
The Friends of the Kyneton Museum are a dedicated group of people who work alongside our Museum staff; raising money, initiating projects and generally assisting with routine maintenance of the Museum property and collection.
Volunteers at the Kyneton Museum perform at range of tasks from tour guiding to general maintenance of the museum collection.