Berry Muesum as viewed from the streetHoused in the former English Scottish and Australian Chartered Bank building, the Berry Museum is an interesting place to discover the history of this lovely town.

Built in 1884 in the Scottish Baronial style, the single storey museum is a distinctive and attractive example of the work of prominent Victorian architect, William Wilkinson Wardell.

It offers six rooms of displays showcasing the history of Berry and the surrounding district.


Opening Hours

Saturday 11 am to 2 pm
Sunday 11 am to 3 pm
Weekdays during school holidays 11 am to 2 pm
Visits outside these hours are by appointment
All research enquiries are by appointment


135 Queen Street, Berry (Find it on Google Maps)


Ph. 02 4464 3097

Museum Email:     

President: Chris Currey

Secretary: Hazel King

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