Benalla Costume & Pioneer Museum
14 Mair Street, BENALLA
Phone: (03) 5762 1749
Benalla Costume & Pioneer Museum Website
About the organisation
The Benalla Costume and Pioneer Museum was founded in 1967 and is accredited through the Museum Accreditation Program (Vic). It is owned and managed by the Benalla & District Historical Society. The Museum specialises in costume and local history, including much of the NED KELLY STORY.
The costume collection dates from 1770 to the present, and is shown in regularly changing exhibitions of dressed models, with appropriate accessories and decor to suit the theme of the exhibition.
The Historical Society also has a 'Research Room' now located in the Museum building in which early Benalla newspapers, books, documents, and pictures are stored.More information about the organisation and its collection