Historical Society was formed in 1965 and since then has undertaken
the enormous task of collecting, documenting and cataloguing over
6000 historically significant items.......see our Collections page for more details.
Check out our Publications page for a list of Books
and DVD's available for order.
Our most recent book "Mt Pyramid - the
first township of Pyramid Hill"was recently launched
by Vaughan Herrick, a descendant of one of our pioneer families.
"THE WAY WE WERE" - a series of
filmed interviews with some of our older local residents
and now available on DVD.
*THE WAY WE WERE IN MINCHA
- with Thelma Mellier, Linton Mills and Bruce Newstead.
*MEMORIES OF MINCHA- with
Lloyd Mills and Allan Mann
THE WAY WE WERE IN PYRAMID HILL
- Cheryl McKinnon speaks with Wanda Atkins, John Carroll and Ian
Available as a two disk set
The main building was opened in 1970 by Sir Rohan Delacombe.
The local granite foundation stone, donated by Athol Kelly,
was unveiled by Mr Gordon McKay MM.
main building houses household memorabilia and
family histories and records
which are available for research.
The annexe has displays of demi-johns and bottles, buckles, farm
tools, and electrical equipment. The relocated RSL hall houses war
memorabilia including photographs and Honour Boards from Pyramid
Hill and surrounding districts.
Today's news is tomorrow's history and our volunteers are committed
to the preservation of the collections and encourages both local
folk and visitors to catch a glimpse of the early life of Pyramid
Hill and district.
Loddon Discovery Tours representatives regularly bring their tourist
buses to our museum for a browse and morning tea or lunch, with
many visitors returning for a second or third time.
We have been awarded Best Museum in the Loddon Shire
on several occasions.
The museum is open to the public on Tuesdays from 10am to 3pm and on
the first Sunday of each month from 2pm to 4pm, all other times
are by appointment.
Pyramid Hill & District
McKay Street, Pyramid Hill Vic 3575
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