|Family Pass:||$15.00 (2 Adults and 2 Children)|
|Monday to Sunday:||
10.00am to 3.30pm
Last Entry 3:00pm
|Rotary Heritage Library:||
Tuesday - Friday
10:30am to 1:00pm
Australia Day Play 2019
$35.00 for Evening Performances - include a two-course dinner, under the stars, and the opportunity to watch this fascinating play in air-conditioned comfort, as well as entry to the museum to browse through our wonderful displays before the show.
$25.00 for Matinee Performances - include Devonshire tea and the opportunity to watch this fascinating play in air-conditioned comfort, as well as entry to the museum to browse through our wonderful displays before the show. Afternoon tea will be served at intermission.
ABOUT THE PLAY - "Christmas Day" by Claire Haywood is a black comedy, laced with the pain of estranged family relationships. It brings to the stage outrageous, flawed but lovable characters who push each other to the limits. Two sisters come together to celebrate Christmas with their father and stepmother. The family reunion is thrown into chaos by the unexpected arrival of their mentally ill mother. Kate, a successful public figure, is forced to confront the past and her deepest fears. It is a play about suppression, emotional inheritance and letting go of the past.”
Click Here to access the museum calendar; select your preferred performance and date or call on 07 3286 3494.Click Here to download a flyer!
Why not visit the museum as a school group or social group. We cater for groups of any size and can arrange for our volunteer guides to show you around. We can also provide morning or afternoon tea or lunch! Please advise your requirements 7 days prior to your visit.
We can make your outing extra special by providing morning or afternoon tea or lunch. Please advise your catering requirements 7 days prior to your visit.
Having a party, business meeting or any gathering? You can book a room at the museum. Children’s parties welcome. Read more
Below are links to 2 objects in our collection viewable online. To see the others go to EHIVE