Foster and District Historical Society Inc.

The Museum, consists of an historic post office (1890), a early and later period school buildings, pioneer's cottage and a bark hut. Lewis Lasseter (of fabled gold reef fame) - story of his activities in the district. His work boat is on display at the Museum. Displays deal with local history - from the discovery of gold, followed by timber getting, then dairying. As the area developed into a thriving community.

Address: 
9 Main Street, Foster, VIC
Tel: 
0356822059
0356822817
Hours: 
Sundays and all Public and School holidays 11am - 4pm
Admission: 
Adults $3, children under 15 years 50c, Concessions $2
Facilities: 
Car park bus park, picnic area, sales outlet, guided tours, research facilities, magazine/newsletter, outreach
Collection: 
Approximately 800 artefacts and 2000 photographs, and 100 documents
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