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02 4974 1400
Tues – Sun: 10.00am – 5pm (7 days during NSW School Holidays)
Newcastle Museum is an accessible facility for everyone and complies with all accessibility and disability access guidelines. All exhibitions can be easily accessed by wheelchairs and strollers and we welcome attendance by groups and families. We endeavour to ensure our exhibitions and public programs can be enjoyed by all and are continuously working on new ways to make temporary and permanent exhibitions more inclusive. If you ever have any questions about how you can participate in museum activities or if you have specific access requirements, do not hesitate to call our friendly staff on 4974 1401.
Designated public parking spaces are available in the Wright Lane carpark for Mobility Parking Scheme permit holders. This carpark is managed by Carepark who can be contacted via email at email@example.com Web address: www.carepark.com.au
There are accessible toilets on site as well as baby change rooms.
The Museum has two wheel chairs on site which can be used by visitors if required. It is best to call ahead before visiting to check whether they are available for use. Please call the Museum Reception Desk on 4974 1401 for assistance.
Please contact the Museum on 02 4974 1422 if you are bringing in group of visitors with mobility issues so we can help you with wheelchairs or assist you safely access the museum entry.
General admission to Newcastle Museum is free. Some special exhibitions and events have an admission fee.
To ensure you have the best experience possible at Newcastle Museum groups need to book in advance. This includes school and adult groups. Please call 02 4974 1422.
City of Newcastle acknowledges the traditional country of the Awabakal and Worimi peoples. We respect their cultural heritage, beliefs and continuing relationship with the land, and recognise that they are the proud survivors of more than two hundred years of dispossession. City of Newcastle reiterates its commitment to addressing disadvantages and attaining justice for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples of this community.