Charlton Golden Grains Museum
1 High Street, Charlton, Victoria, 3525
Open Sundays 11am to 3pm or by request Call Carolyn on 0418 361 971
Entry $5 (children admitted for free).
Visit the award winning Charlton Golden Grains Museum. Established in 1973 in the former Mechanics Institute (1882), the museum is situated at the west end of High Street in the Elliott Gardens, named after a renowned officer of the Boer War and World War 1, Major General Harold (Pompey) Elliott. Modern and informative displays showcase a diverse collection of over 3000 artefacts and photographs of Charlton and the surrounding distract from pre-European settlement in the early 1840s to today. Local family history research is available from their extensive collection of resources. (Research Fees Apply)