Hawkesbury Regional Museum, located in the Hawkesbury district, has a long history including a rich indigenous cultural heritage established by the Darug people, as well as a distinctive built environment dating back to the earliest days of the colony. The Museum conserves and interprets that heritage to residents and visitors, many of whom have family links to the area.
The museum comprises a new, purpose-built construction at 8 Baker Street Windsor, and the heritage building known as Howes House at 7 Thompson Square. Together they form a unique cultural facility offering a high-quality museum experience. As well as a permanent exhibition on the themes of the River, Land, People, the museum offers a program of changing temporary exhibitions on a wide variety of subjects.
Heritage precinct walking tours are conducted by trained guides on a regular basis and there are a number of books on the history of the area for sale.
Contact operator for further details.
Activity sheets for children give them something to do and make the museum experience more meaningful and enjoyable.
02 4560 4655
8 Baker Street
Windsor, New South Wales, 2756
Experiences you can enjoy at Hawkesbury Regional Museum:
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Cultural, Educational Tourism, Historic/Heritage, The Arts