The Norfolk Island Museum reveals to you Norfolk’s amazing and multi-layered stories.
Famous for its colourful history, the island was first settled by Polynesians, then in 1788 by the British who later made it a strict penal settlement.
Since 1856 it has been home to the descendants of the Bounty Mutineers and the Tahitian women.
Located in a number of heritage buildings in the Kingston and Arthurs Vale Historic Area our museums and research centre help you explore our turbulent past as well as today's living culture.
The R.E.O. Museum is the place to begin your visit to the site and purchase a book, souvenir or refreshment.
The museums include the Pier Store Museum, Commissariat Store Museum, HMS Sirius Museum, No.10 Quality Row house museum, and the Research Centre to access general history resources.
Explore them at your own pace with the Museum Pass - includes multiple entries to all four museums and the research centre at any time during your stay along with two guided Tag-Along tours.
The Pier Store Museum: Daily 11am – 3pm
Commissariat/No.10/Sirius Museums: Monday to Saturday 11am – 3pm
The Research Centre: Monday-Tuesday and Thursday-Friday 11am – 3pm; Wednesday 9am – 5pm
The R.E.O. Museum shop and information centre: Monday to Friday 9am – 3pm
For Whom the Bell Tolls – Stories from Norfolk Island cemetery tour operates Tuesday and Friday 11.30am
Phone: +6723 23788
Norfolk Island Museum
Kingston Norfolk Island 2899