Museum & Galleries

Quality Row House Museum

Norfolk Island / The Pacific

The Quality Row House museum was built in 1844 as accommodation for the foreman of works.  Since then it has been restored.  It was opened as a museum in 1988.  It sits beside the Old military Barracks on Quality Row.  It is furnished exactly as it would have been when the resident were there.  Ceramics and other items have been put on display after being recovered from archaeological digs in the privies.  In the annexe is another display concerning the inhabitants of the house as well as the renovations that have been made. The grounds present a beautiful colonial period garden which also includes common red hibiscus that is over 150 years old. Explore this house to be taken back to the Norfolk Islands history and culture.

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