Barossa Museum

A Distictive Collection of Barossa History

     47 Murray Street Tanunda SA (corner of Mill Street and Murray Street)

The Barossa Museum collection is housed in the historic Tanunda Post Office and Telegraph Station building which was opened in 1866.

The Museum collection represents the social, economic and domestic life of the Barossa settlers and their descendants. The largest group of early settlers were German Lutherans settling in the Barossa from 1842.

ADMISSION CHARGE:

Adult $4.00 Child $1.00       

An affordable personal or family Barossa experience.

OPEN 10am - 4pm, Friday - Monday

CLOSED TUESDAYS, WEDNESDAYS & THURSDAYS

For group bookings, please phone our Secretary on 08 85632108

Please enter the Museum through the front door. We rent out the front room to 'Telegraph Station Antiques'. The shop assistant will gladly help you access the Museum collection. If necessary, you can phone the shop on 0417 666 639.  You can check out Oscar & Leanne's old wares and antiques during your visit.

German settler's trunks brought to South Australia in the 1840's

Traditional German wagon c.1890


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