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Norfolk Island Museum

Located in the Kingston and Arthur’s Vale Historic Area (KAVHA), the Norfolk Island Museum showcases Norfolk Island’s unique and multi-layered history throughout four heritage buildings, including:

  • The Pier Store (HMAV Bounty and Pitcairn stories)
  • The HMS Sirius Museum
  • The Commissariat Store (settlement artefacts)
  • No. 10 Quality Row (a restored Georgian house)

The Norfolk Island Museum is open from 11am to 3pm, Monday to Saturday. The Pier Store Museum also opens from 11am to 3pm on Sunday.

Museum entry fees apply—purchase either a single entry ticket or a combined ticket which includes entry to all museums and two free guided tours.

The museum shop is located in the c. 1850 Royal Engineers Office (R.E.O). The shop includes a range of books, souvenirs and refreshments. Information, museum entry tickets, and bookings for museum and cemetery tours are also available.

Crankwheel, displayed in the Pier Store. Photograph: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

Crankwheel, displayed in the Pier Store. Photograph: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

The HMS Sirius Museum. Photograph: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development

The HMS Sirius Museum. Photograph: Department of Infrastructure and Regional Development