See Mareeba differently at the Museum. The Mareeba Heritage Museum is a special place which showcases over 6,000 items in 47 exhibits, which have been collected for over 25 years. There’s a range of interactive, engaging and fun displays, which are appreciated by people of all ages. Our open air Museum is a place where you can explore, learn and play and was voted by Trip Advisor as the #1 place to visit in Mareeba. Entry is free, but donations are kindly appreciated. For more information call us on (07) 4092 5674. We look forward to seeing you at the Museum.
The Mareeba Heritage Museum allows visitors to learn more about the local area’s incredibly rich and truly fascinating history. Our exhibits and displays are exceptionally high quality, many of which are available thanks to the generosity of local residents. With unrivaled attention to detail and a passion for education, there is no better way to learn about Mareeba’s fascinating history than to visit us at the Mareeba Heritage Museum.
The Museum occupies 1.425 hectares, comprised of indoor and outdoor displays and exhibits, which you can explore at your leisure. There’s an eclectic array of materials, curated to showcase key elements of Mareeba’s culture and heritage. Highlights include the Mareeba town streetscape, Jamieson House which was built in 1905 and Australia’s largest Tobacco Industry exhibit. Please see the Your Visit page of our website, for more information on features and highlights.
The Mareeba Heritage Museum is located in Centenary Park, 345 Byrnes Street Mareeba. Entry is free, but donations are kindly appreciated. There is an onsite coffee house for your convenience and public amenities.
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