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Aitkens Australia in the Round
Aitkens Australia in the Round Glenbrook
Recognised as the oldest continent on Earth, Australia’s 7.7 million square kilometres is bounded by 25,800 kilometres of coastline, highlighted by 7000 quality beaches.

From beautiful Sydney Harbour to the mysteries of the Great Barrier Reef; from the spectacular Blue Mountains to the giant monolith Uluru; a classical collection of Australian tourist highlights can be viewed in one session at Aitken’s Australia in the Round panorama.

Lose yourself in the wilderness as you stand, meditate and absorb the sounds of the bush ...
This wide brown land captured in panorama

 

Blue Mountains Cultural Centre
Blue Mountains Cultural Centre Katoomba
Into the Blue (the Blue Mountains World Heritage Exhibition) features high-tech interactive exhibitions exploring the natural as well as social landscape of this unique area.
Audiences are invited to navigate their way through these stories through an immersive exhibition experience, introducing them to the richness and wonders of the Blue Mountains World Heritage area.

The Blue Mountains City Art Gallery features quality, curated, local, regional and major touring exhibitions.
See the 'What's On' section on this site for the current exhibition.
World Heritage Exhibition

 

Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum
Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum Leura
Bygone Beautys Treasured Teapot Museum is home to the world’s largest private collection of teawares, including more than 5,500 teapots from all over the world and spanning five centuries, most of which were collected within Australia.
World's largest private collection of teawares

 

Leuralla Toy & Railway Museum
Leuralla Toy & Railway Museum Leura
Discover a unique collection of fabulous children's toys and trains at the Toy and Railway Museum. Explore a grand home and glorious gardens.
For the kid in all of us

 

Lost Bear Gallery
Lost Bear Gallery Katoomba
With an exciting collection of paintings, sculpture, ceramics and hand blown glass from a diverse combination of artists, at different stages of their respective careers, Lost Bear Gallery is a leading destination for art in the Blue Mountains. The mix is thoroughly eclectic, with each artist's originality and quality allowing for a cohesive look.
Fearsome predator ... or simply lost

 

Museum of Fire
Museum of Fire Penrith
Explore the drama and danger of fire and fire fighting at the largest Museum of Fire in Australia. Explore the history of fighting fires from the earliest times right up to the challenges of present day fires.
Learn, Don't Burn

 

Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum
Norman Lindsay Gallery and Museum Faulconbridge
The Norman Lindsay Gallery at Faulconbridge is the home of the Magic Pudding and displays the work of artist and writer Norman Lindsay (1879-1969).

Run by the National Trust, the sandstone cottage and landscaped grounds are open 7 days a week and there is a specialist gift shop and cafe.
Home of the Magic Pudding

 

Valley Heights Loco Depot Heritage Museum
Valley Heights Loco Depot Heritage Museum Valley Heights
The Valley Heights Locomotive Depot Heritage Museum is the Blue Mountains Division of the NSW Rail Transport Museum.
Located adjacent to the Great Western Highway and railway, it is an easy walk from the Valley Heights Railway Station.
Conserving rail heritage assets

 

Waradah Aboriginal Centre
Waradah Aboriginal Centre Katoomba
Discover Blue Mountains’ Indigenous experience, at the Waradah Aboriginal Center.
Experience Aboriginal culture up close

 

Woodford Academy
Woodford Academy Woodford
The Woodford Academy is the oldest complex of colonial buildings in the Blue Mountains and is of state heritage significance.

Open 10am-4pm every third Saturday of the month.
The oldest complex of colonial buildings in the Blue Mountains