Orange Regional Museum’s collection tells stories from our region’s past and inspires questions about our future.
Established in 2016, the Museum’s growing collection is small but diverse. Highlights include a silver epergne awarded to David and Amelia Campbell in 1863 for their roles in fending off a bushranger attack, a memento commemorating the switching on of Orange’s first traffic lights in 1967, a stone grinding dish used by generations of Wiradjuri people, and local family photographs.
If you are interested in donating to Orange Regional Museum, visit Support Us for more information.
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.
Orange Regional Museum is fully accessible for prams and wheelchairs. A courtesy wheelchair is available for use.
- Address: Wiradjuri Country, 151 Byng Street, Orange, NSW 2800
- Phone: (02) 6393 8444
- Email: [email protected]