Leeton Museum and Gallery

The Leeton Museum and Gallery is Leeton's newest cultural experience, featuring a museum which showcases Leeton's water story in an interactive and interpretive way. The building also doubles as a gallery space for travelling exhibitions and a versatile space for functions and events. 

It is housed within the former Water Conservation and Irrigation Commission Building (WC&IC), which is a heritage-listed building, built in 1937 in Chelmsford Place.

The Museum is open Monday - Saturday, 10am - 3pm. Admission is Free to the 'Leeton Water Story' Exhibition. Travelling or pop up exhibitions may incur admission fees.

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