Kimberley Heritage Museum
The Museum displays or stores 10,045 artifacts, 10,788 photographs, as well as maps, published books and small items for sale. Since opening in May of 1980, over 210,000 patrons have visited the museum.
The Kimberley Heritage Museum occupies part of the second floor of the Kimberley Library / Museum building located at the west end (northwest, really) of the Platzl.
The Museum’s Galleries:
The main gallery occupies 92.4 m2 (995 sq ft) and is divided into several sections displaying items, photographs, and interpretive materials of local and general historical interest: mining, sports, household, technology, toys, and seasonally-changed display area.
The foyer gallery displays musical instruments and natural history items (no ‘spoilers’ !), and serves as a Gift Counter.
The building and display galleries are fully accessible: by elevator from the Library or via the ramp and doors to the second floor at the rear of the building.
Admission is $3
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