Lambing Flat Folk Museum

Lambing Flat Folk Museum is located within the former Young Public School building, built in 1883. The museum is full of artefacts and memorabilia relating to Young’s history and the Lambing Flat riots.

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Visitors can browse at their leisure through the five main display areas. From the historically significant ‘Roll-Up Banner’ carried by the miners during the anti-Chinese riots of June 1886, items from the gold rush era, items from local dentists, barbers, hairdressers, World War One and World War Two, and the early establishment of Young.

This is the perfect start to your exploration of the Lambing Flat story.

Gold can still be found in the area and visitors can hire equipment from the Lambing Flat Folk Museum and try their hand at panning in the designated fossicking area at Blackguard Gully.

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Physical address

2 Cambpell St,
Young NSW 2594

Opening times

Open: Seven days, 10am to 4pm

Pricing and Conditions

Entry Fee: $5 per person


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