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McCrossin's Mill Museum, Gallery and Function Centre

Visit the Chaff Shed
Exhibit A
Explore and Discover
Exhibit A
This exhibit is of National Significance

McCrossin's Mill Museum, Gallery and Function Centre

Salisbury Street, Uralla, New South Wales 2358

(02) 6778 3022

museum@uhs.org.au

www.uhs.org.au

Built in 1870, McCrossin’s Mill is a lovingly restored three storey flour mill which now houses a multi-award winning Museum, Gallery and Function Centre. The exhibitions in both the Mill and the Chaff Shed have been designed so as not to compromise the rugged qualities of the beautifully restored buildings, which are our special and enduring “Exhibit A”. The museum also boasts a beautiful garden surrounds and is a captivating venue for function and event hire. McCrossin's Mill Museum is renowned for its empathetic, humorous and even bizarre exhibitions including a collection of Chinese artefacts from the Rocky River Goldfields, recognised as being of National Significance and the definitive collection of artefacts connected with the legendary Gentleman Bushranger Captain Thunderbolt. The Gallery also includes a series of nine large paintings depicting the dramatic events of Thunderbolts last day. The Chaff Shed is an exciting personified collection of large artefacts downstairs, while the upstairs exhibit "She'll Be Right Mate" is an eclectic folk collection with a personal touch. Our Museum is open every day of the week for visitors to explore, discover and connect to our endearing and often emotional stories.

Facilities found here

Bar, Carpark, Coach Parking, Conference/Convention Facilities, Family Friendly, Gallery / Museum, Lawn / Gardens, Picnic Area, Public Toilet, Shop / Gift Shop,

Accessibility Information

Disabled access available, contact operator for details.,

Acknowledgement of Country

We acknowledge the Traditional Owners of the New England High Country region and recognise their continuing connection to land, water and community. We pay respect to Elders – past, present and emerging – and acknowledge the important role Indigenous Peoples continue to play within the New England High Country community.