Primary contactMuseum: 2 Invermay Road, Launceston
Launceston, Tasmania 7250
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery History collection represents both Tasmania's place in Australia and the world, and brings the world to Tasmania.
The Collection is diverse, and ranges across many collecting areas, from archives and photographs, to personal items, archaeology, comparative cultural collections and large industrial technology such as trains, aircraft or printing presses. The collection represents collecting activities from 1842 to present day.
Copies of collection guides, some photographs, and news cutting files are available without appointment. Appointments however are essential if visitors wish to access original items. Please contact us at least 24 hours prior to a planned visit.
Access to all material is subject to standard archival restrictions. Donated material which has not been catalogued is not generally available.