Set in the beautiful and historic Nobelius Heritage Park, Emerald Museum is a local history museum and archive.
The Museum tells the story of Emerald's colourful past through displays of memorabilia, photographs and documents dating from early aboriginal occupation to the present day.
Emerald Museum houses and selectively displays approximately 2,000 photographs, 600 memorabilia, documentary records, including contemporary records and family histories relevant to the economic, social and environmental history of the Emerald district. See the Gallery for a small sample from the collection.
A collection of original ledgers, stock books and catalogues of the renowned Nobelius Nursery provides a link with the Nobelius Heritage Park in which the museum is situated. This is a significant and unique collection important to garden and landscape historians.
Unfortunately Emerald Museum is currently closed due to maintenance work, internal painting, and our usual break for Christmas and New Year. The Museum will reopen to the public on Wednesday 6th January 2021. Feel free to still visit the Nobelius Heitage Park.