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A dedicated discovery area for kids.

It was the longest march of all... from Wagga Wagga to War.

Make your own stylish Christmas cards!

See amazing machines of the past, and meet the people who make them work.


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Sporting Hall of Fame

Wagga's highest achievers from every code. Find out why they call this place 'the city of good sports'.

Image of Roger Tichborne

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Free HSIE stage 2 portable education kit.

As a history teacher I have found the Museum to be an invaluable resource. The Museum engages students who otherwise would not have the opportunities afforded to city students.
- Merelle
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Congratulations to our 2015 Sporting Hall of Fame Inductees Congratulations Sally Shipard, the 2015 inductee to Wagga's Sporting Hall of Fame and to local legend, Barry O'Hagan. Learn about all Sporting Hall of Fame Inductees here.
People and Place Explore the many fascinating layers of history to be found in Fitzmaurice and Baylis Streets with recorded memories, photographs and objects relating to the businesses and people who have made their lives there.
Hartwig Family From barbed wire to boundary fences Education Resources NOW AVAILABLE
He Belonged to Wagga When war was declared in Europe on 4 August 1914, the men of Wagga Wagga answered the call to arms.
The Sauntering Emu logo The Sauntering Emu and other stories - Life with the Birds of the Riverina On exhibition now at the Museum's Botanic Gardens site.
Mialing LIst Get invites to museum events Stay in touch with all the happenings at the Museum of the Riverina