The Pioneers' Museum is situated in an old hotel built in 1858-59 with several exhibition rooms and outdoor display areas containing every aspect of early Bega and district life–farming, industry, military, machinery, transport and domestic history, as well as a comprehensive range of family histories.

Highlights of the museum include the collection of over 200 photographs of pioneers, the horse-drawn ambulance built in Cobargo and a large militaria collection from the Boer War, World War I and World War II. There are several exhibition rooms and outdoor display areas containing every aspect of early Bega and district life – farming, industry, military, machinery, transport and domestic history, as well as a comprehensive range of family histories.

89 Bega Street, Bega NSW 2550 Website

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