Jamestown National Trust Museum
The Museum is in the former Railway Station, built in 1885, and adjacent goods shed; it was opened in 1971 the centenary year of Jamestown and district. Items in the Museum Collection have been donated by the local people & they all recall a past way of life. The display highlights people and events unique to Jamestown local people expect the museum to be the custodians of archival items donated by them, so the collection has changed as we have noticed an increasing interest in local and family history.
The Museum has a diverse collection of household items and other things connected to church, school, hospital, sport, annual show, forest industry, business activities recreation, farming, railways, war service, a collection of photos [over 1000], family history books and local community archival records.