NATIONAL TRUST MUSEUM
23 Cooke Street., Kingston SE., S.A. 5275
A comprehensive collection of every concievable item from the past.
A short list of some of the items included in the large building located at 23 Cooke Street includes telephones, household goods, prams, aboriginal items, typewriters, sadles, washing ringers, shop scales and much, much more.
The actual anchor belonging to the Margaret Brock, the ship that gave the name to the Margaret Brock Reef, is also on show in the museum.
There is also a great deal of old records and registers which record much of our history that are available for browsing.
It is estimated that to thoroughly browse through this collection that approximately 2 hours be put aside. Conducted tours are available and many stories come to life on hearing of the history behind what might otherwise just be an ordinary object.
A Brief Look
A collection from the early fishing era. The 8ft anchor from the Margaret Brock.
A clothes press and some typewriters from our past.
This museum is under the control of the local branch of the National Trust and is open during most school and public holidays. If needed, it can also be opened upon request to cater for bus tours or school trips. Conducted tours can also be arranged with a guide available to relate many facts and stories about the items as well as the past.
Please contact the Kingston SE Branch of The National Trust for further information or to make a booking.
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