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Exhibitions & Events


Ten Stories

Look at the tale behind 10 interesting items chosen from the museum's extensive collection. From Ruth Tarvydas gowns to a statue from the old Sunflower Chinese restaurant that must stay in Claremont, these unique stories are not to be missed. You also have the opportunity to share your own favourite Claremont story and add to the rich history of the Town.


History in a Coffee Cup

Our History in a Coffee Cup series is held monthly from 10am to 11.30am on the first Thursday of each month. This is a free event with morning tea provided.

Check our Community Events page for next event's discussion topic.

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Claremont Meanders

Join museum volunteers on a guided tour around Claremont and learn more about the rich history our suburb has to offer.

Claremont Meanders guided walks are held quarterly. Check our Community Events page for upcoming walks.

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Lost Skills Program

The Lost Skills Program is a monthly workshop that teaches the younger generations helpful lost skills that have been lost over time.

Happening on the third Sunday of every month, the program gives children the opportunity to try different historical life skills and have fun learning a forgotten art.

Workshops include calligraphy, sewing, baking bread in a wood fired stove, fishing, tin canoes, wood whittling, tinting photos, weaving and storytelling.

Visit the Community events page to see what this month's Lost Skill workshop is.

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