The Cottage Museum is a simple 1890’s weatherboard home built for local blacksmith, James Nash. It contains the museum and office of Rylstone and District Historical Society. The museum displays domestic and rural life with items of costume, rustic furniture, kitchenalia, small farming tools, schooling, WWI & WWII, musical instruments, and photographs of pioneers, the town and district. Pick up the Rylstone Historical Walk brochure and explore the charming heritage townscape. The RDHS precinct contains the 1871 Bridge View Inn — a heritage-listed sandstone building, the Slab Shed and a Community Garden. The Bridge View Inn is open to the public 7 days a week and offers specialty shops and bed & breakfast accommodation upstairs. The Community Garden is open at all times for visiting. Rylstone and District Historical Society hosts lectures, workshops and exhibitions; organises excursions and heritage events; and continues to research local and family history drawing on the resources of the community as well as the Society’s archives and collection.
DETAILS 28-30 LOUEE STREET RYLSTONE NSW 2849 P: (02) 6379 1840 F: (02) 6379 1840 E: firstname.lastname@example.org W: www.rylstonehistory.org.au Museum Opening Hours: Sundays from 10am to 3pm or by appointment. Entry Adults: $3, Concession, children $2 Contact: Secretary, Rylstone and District Historical Society PO Box 66 RYLSTONE NSW 2849