History buffs will love the Broadway Museum, a collection of memorabilia and information about the Junee of Yesteryear.
Housed in what was the old Broadway Hotel, the museum has a variety of thematic displays using artefacts from the Junee area presented so as to provoke thought and interest in the history of the Shire and sometimes a little of the humour of the residents.
Also to be found are photographs and documentation dealing with the rich heritage of a rural and railway past and present, the families and their pursuits of business and sporting activities.
The museum is operated entirely by volunteers of the Junee District Historical Society. Entry to the Museum is by way of Betty's on Broadway Cafe.
The Museum is also home to the Junee Visitor Information Centre.
Important: Due to COVID-19 restrictions the Broadway Museum is currently closed to the public. Please contact the museum for further information.
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