The Bega Pioneers’ Museum is located in an old hotel built in 1858-9 situated between the Bega township and the Bega River. The Museum contains inside and outside exhibitions of early pioneer life in Bega alongside a large collection of militaria from the Boer war, WW1 and WW2.
Various forms of early transport including a horse drawn ambulance can be viewed, along with a wide range of early machinery. The Museum is acknowledged as possessing the largest collection of framed photographs of pioneers in New South Wales.
The care and devotion of local volunteers and historians in maintaining this collection is to be applauded and a visit is higly reccommended.