Euroa Farmers Arms Hotel MuseumIt may look small outside but this building has plenty of rooms. This building in which the museum is housed was formerly the FARMERS ARMS HOTEL, it was first licensed in 1876 by John Shelswell. Prior to this it is believed to have been a butcher shop, ran and owned by the Weir family.
In the grounds of the museum is this 4 room cottage with various items also on the left you can just see the old Longwood bank, built c1890.
Museum is ran by local volunteers and it is only open during:
Wednesdays 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm
Sunday 1.00 pm – 4.00 pm
ENTRY is $4.00 for adults & $1.00 for children, 5 to 16