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History and Heritage Museum

History and Wool Museum

The prosperity of Ross can be traced back to its first export - wool.

In its formative years Ross benefited from the prosperity of its surrounding land owners who directly emplo9yed villagers or supported the businesses that developed. As a result, Ross evolved into the beautiful Georgian village it is today.

These stories unfold in the Wool and Heritage galleries with many artifacts, pictures and documents on display.

The History and Wool Museum is located at the Tasmanian Wool Centre.

48 Church Street, Ross

Open 10am - 3pm.

Closed Christmas Day, Good Friday, and until 12pm on Anzac Day.

03 6381 5466

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artifacts from the Tasmanian Wool Centre museum
artifacts from the Tasmanian Wool Centre museum
artifacts in the museum at the Tasmanian Wool Centre, Ross
a 1973 school photo, one of the artifacts in the museum at the Tasmanian Wool Centre, Ross
artifacts in the museum at the Tasmanian Wool Centre, Ross