This is a local gistory museum dedicated to WaggaWagga. Riverina is the agricultural region wherein the city of WaggaWagga is located. The buiding is majestic and is the heart of the heart of the city’s precinct. Through its collection of exhibits the museum tells the story of the region. They are all displayed in a chronological fashion. The museum also hosts temporary historic art exhibitions. These temporary exhibitions are differently themed. History enthusiasts will love this place. Tourists will get to learn about the town they have come to visit. Highlights include:
- Figurines from the Tichborne case
- The Kidzone
- The Sporting Hall of Fame
- Wagga Comic Book
- Women of WaggaWagga
Museum Of The Riverina Travel Tips
- To provide a context to your visit, read on the history of the region.
How to Reach Museum Of The Riverina
- Bus: 960, 961, 962, 963, 965 at Morrow St And Baylis St
- Hire a taxi
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13.72% of people who visit Wagga Wagga include Museum Of The Riverina in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
90.91% of people start their Museum Of The Riverina visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Museum Of The Riverina
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Museum Of The Riverina
Museum Of The Riverina Reviews & Ratings
Actually gets some really cool (though smaller) exhibits. The recent sporting history one was particularly interesting.
Nice small local museum. There are 2 sites to the museum, we saw both. They took about 2 hours to see each. Interesting facts on offer. A warm and interesting place to be on a cold winter day. Both museums were free entry. I am jealous that I do not have a museum in my local area.
A very interesting museum, featuring ww1 history and there also was a lot of farm machinery outside, even an old telephone booth. My husband and I really enjoyed this exhibition very much. Free admission.
Show the history of wagga wagga and something new
What really can a small town do re funding.