Orange Regional Museum will host performances of music composed by Max-Peter Meyer, one of the ‘Dunera Boys’ whose stories are featured in the Enemy Aliens: the Dunera boys in Orange, 1941 exhibition. Read More
Opened in 2016, Orange Regional Museum is an award-winning museum dedicated to sharing engaging exhibitions and diverse public programs for audiences of all ages. It interprets objects of significance for our local history and the history of the broader Central West region.
Located in a striking purpose-built building within the vibrant Orange cultural precinct, the Museum is a locus for visitors and local audiences alike. The Museum showcases long-term and temporary local history exhibitions alongside a program of the best travelling exhibitions from across Australia, presenting diverse topics including history, science, technology and culture.
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Orange City Council will deliver an engaging program of activities and events throughout the summer break, with plenty of activities to help families enjoy the outdoors and keep young minds entertained. Read More
An exhibition celebrating local Indigenous people who have contributed to the local community will kick off a huge week of celebrations to mark Orange NAIDOC Week from Friday 28 October to Saturday 5 November. Read More
Amazing stories of astronomy will be revealed when Orange Regional Museum hosts John Sarkissian OAM, Operations Scientist at CSIRO Parkes Radio Observatory.
School’s out this spring and there’s plenty of hands-on activities available during the holidays at Orange City Council’s facilities. Read More
A new display in Orange Regional Museum’s local history exhibition Inherit: Old and new histories celebrates the ingenuity of Central West communities in the past. Read More
Plan your visit
Open 9am-4pm daily (closed 25 December).
Entry to the Museum is free. Group visits are welcome, but please contact us to make a booking for groups of 10 or more.
Bathrooms, including disabled and baby changing facilities, are available on site.
Parking is available in front of the Museum on Byng Street and in the Council carpark accessed from Lords Place. Larger vehicles (including buses) can find parking on Peisley Street.
The Museum is fully accessible for prams and wheelchairs. A courtesy wheelchair is available for use.