Learn about our Library's diverse year-round exhibition schedule as well as the permanent 'Crossing Place: A story of Albury' exhibition.
Friday 1 May - Monday 30 November 2020
Noreuil Memoirs celebrates the story of Noreuil Park Albury.
Friday 6 March - Sunday 23 August 2020
A thought provoking exhibition charting the history of the Business & Professional Women's Club of Albury.
Saturday 8 February - Monday 17 August 2020
An exhibition celebrating the haberdashery shops that were once a feature of many Australian high streets.
Saturday 7 December - Sunday 30 August 2020
A new exhibition featuring historical and contemporary promotional images of our city and region
Wednesday 12 August - Sunday 28 February 2021
Through a series of workshops with artist Ashlee Laing, LGBTIQ+ participants have developed works in reflection of their experiences and expression of their identity.
Saturday 8 August - Sunday 11 October 2020
Capturing Nature brings to life the story of one of humankind’s greatest inventions and a Victorian obsession with immortality.
Friday 11 September - Sunday 21 March 2021 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Explores the history of midwives and the care of women during pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum.
Monday 24 August - Sunday 13 December 2020
Telling the stories of some of the many families who have made an impact on the region.
Monday 31 August - Sunday 29 November 2020
Collections from the Asylum presents evocative objects and artworks connected with the former Mayday Hills mental hospital in Beechworth.
Saturday 24 October - Sunday 31 January 2021
In Earth Canvas, leading contemporary artists explore the work of regenerative farmers in southern NSW.
Wednesday 9 September
Join us for the online launch of the Collections from the Asylum exhibition, which focuses on Mayday Hills, the former Beechworth mental hospital.
Our LibraryMuseum is home to intriguing objects, fascinating treasures and exhibitions full of stories.Learn more about the exhibitions
We have a number of exhibitions available for tour to your gallery or museum.Take a look
We invite you to experience our exhibitions from home with our interactive virtual self-guided tours.Take a look