Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum, Low Head

#24 of 103 in Museums in Tasmania
The Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum is located in the historic Pilots’ Row, designed by John Lee Archer and situated at the Low Head Pilot Station, Low Head, Tasmania.

Low Head Pilot Station is the oldest group of pilot buildings in Australia.
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  • Have been to many small museums and this one is the pick of them I think. good displays, interactive touchy-feely with interesting stories; the ripping yarn of the Venus,the modern calamity of the...  more »
  • This beautifully curated museum is well worth a visit. Hands on, stories and photos make the maritime history of the area come to life. Nancyee on the desk is also wonderful historian story teller...  more »
  • Stayed at the Lighthouse Keepers cottage. We had the entire house and it was very reasonably priced. Amazing panoramic ocean views. The penguins come up to the door at night. Such a memorable experience!
  • Good size accommodation a little basic comfortable enough. The downside is size of bedding
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