We really do own a real Museum which exhibits genuine artefacts. Not photographs of . . . Not videos of . . . Not holograms of . . . Not website links to . .
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN’S DAY
A colourful new exhibition
See the most definitive collection of artefacts connected with the legendary bushranger, Captain Thunderbolt, Fred Ward.
Having an event? Consider our stunning venue, we are more than happy to help.
OPEN EVERY DAY!
10.00am – 5.00pm
Yes… even Christmas Day! Beyond these hours – by appointment only.
We really do own a real Museum which exhibits genuine artefacts. Not photographs of . . . Not videos of . . . Not holograms of . . . Not website links to . . No. The real thing.
Yes, really! For example . . . the buildings, our first enduring and ruggedly beautiful exhibits, the Chinese collection that was carefully cleaned, but never ‘restored’. All our Thunderbolt artefacts are ‘as is’ and genuine. Our Foresters Banner was professionally conserved by the mending of some small rents in the fabric. The Tin Man’s toys were lovingly dusted off, that’s all. Explore the Menu at the top of the page to discover more about us and plan your visit.
Our International Women’s Day Official Opening and Celebration Dinner was held just in time before Covid 19 changed all our plans. On 14 March, 2020, approximately 70 guests gathered at the Mill to celebrate the Opening of our new Exhibition...
Thank you for considering McCrossin’s Mill Museum and Function Centre as the venue for your Wedding Celebration.
Congratulations on a lovely exhibition” Joyce Widdons “Great place to visit. Really enjoyable. Wonderful volunteers” Tewa & Cathy, Auckland. “A great slice of history. So much character” Laura Coney, Dulwich Hill, Sydney. “Loved this museum, so much and varied interest”...
McCrossin’s Mill Museum and Function Centre is owned and operated by the Uralla Historical Society, a team composed entirely of volunteers.
Join Thor and Guests for a night of original live music in this beautiful historic venue. The fireplace will be on, the bar will be open run by the amazing team at Uralla Arts. McCrossin's Mill Museum..
“The Millers’ Tales” is the Uralla Historical Society’s (UHS) newsletter. It is published quarterly, printed and posted out free to all members, sponsors, patrons and councillors. The Newsletter keeps all members informed on the latest news and up-to-date happenings at...