About The Warwick Museum

Owned by the Warwick & District Historical Society Inc.

The Warwick & District Historical Society was founded in 1966. The Warwick museum complex is operated and maintained by volunteer members

Pringle Cottage

The main building of the museum is ‘Pringle Cottage’ circa 1870. It was built by John McCullock, a stone mason from Scotland. He also built several other sandstone buildings of significant heritage value in Warwick: The Abbey of the Roses which was the Convent of Mercy, the Town Hall, the Uniting Church and the Church of England.

The Warwick Museum Complex

We have a collection of old buildings which show the variety of furniture, clothing, implements etc. which illustrate how people lived in the past.

Outdoors, the old threshing machines, ploughs, carts and wagons give a picture of life at that time and show the ingenuity and strength these early pioneers demonstrated to make this settlement successful. 

Collecting and preserving our local heritage for future generations

Contact Us

Drop us a line!

Come and visit us for a voyage into the past!

Heritage Tours

Group Bookings

Schools & Buses

Family History & Local Research

Weddings & Formal Photos


Warwick Museum Complex

79-83 Dragon Street, Warwick, QLD 4370, AU

07 466 132 34 or 0429 941 073

Hours

Mon.

By Appointment

Tue.

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Wed.

By Appointment

Thu.

9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Fri.

10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Sat.

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Sun.

12:00 pm – 3:00 pm

For special bookings and appointments:

07 466 132 34 or 0429 941 073

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