Address: Blayney Shire Library, Adelaide Street, Blayney
Monday, Tuesday and Thursday 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 5 pm
Friday 11am – 1pm & 2pm – 5 pm
Saturday 10am – 12 noon
Closed Public Holidays
The Viv Kable Museum, located in the Blayney Shire Library, Adelaide Street, Blayney displays rural and domestic tools and implements from yesteryear. Many documents and items associated with the development of Blayney are also on display. A unique feature of the collection is the catalogue compiled by Mr Viv Kable. The catalogue may also be accessed through the History Resource database at the Library.
Blayney Shire is heritage country – take a stroll along the towns streets and experience the history of the area from fine buildings and parks to its mining and bushranger history. Visit the Exchange Hotel and take a moment to read the plaque commemorating the bravery of Sergeant Bailey who handcuffed himself to his own murderer.