Natural History Museum at UNE Armidale

25th July 2017

The UNE Natural History Museum is a library of life; a place of activity, interaction and discovery, displaying specimens from the world around us – and around the globe.

Come and explore the natural world! A curated selection from our collections is currently on display in the Museum, including geological specimens, botanical pieces, horns, invertebrates, aquatic animals, reptiles, fossils, a variety of skeletons and skulls, birds, mammals and more!

Located in the Agricultural Education Building W077 on UNE main campus in Armidale, it can be accessed from Trevenna Rd, adjacent to the pharmacy which is located in the McClymont Building.

You can drop visitors right at the door of the Museum and go and park the car.

The Natural History Museum is open Monday to Friday, 9.30am - 4.30pm and Café 77 is open weekdays from 10am - 2pm.

Entry to the Natural History Museum is FREE.

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If you are visiting the Natural History Museum during your stay with us at Westwood Motor Inn, we have plenty of brochures at the reception desk. We are more than happy to discuss with you any other attractions and places to visit while staying in the heart of the New England.

We have 2 and 3 bedroom apartments sleeping up to 5. We also have motel rooms for twin, double and single. We can comfortably accommodate your family.