Toowoomba’s must-see tourist destination! Part of the Queensland Museum Network and home to the National Carriage Collection, discover a variety of interactive displays, exhibits and heritage trade workshops. Immerse yourself in Toowoomba’s natural and cultural history and revisit an Australian transport era. Wander through the charming National Carriage Collection and discover how the 47 horse-drawn vehicles played an important role in the development of Queensland. Put your power to the test in the Energy for Life Discovery Centre and explore how your body uses and stores energy and how we can use energy more sustainably. The kids will love stepping back in time to play in The Coach Stop play area. Watch them become shop attendants in the old Museum General Store, dress them up in old fashion clothes or give them a ride on the life-sized replica horse. Get your hands on history with a variety of heritage workshops with one to five day workshops suited from beginner to expert. Experience the satisfaction of learning a traditional skill and creating something beautiful yet functional by hand. Take a break in Cobb’s Coffee Shop and try Toowoomba’s best scones! Located just a short walk across from Toowoomba’s iconic Queens Park. All residents of the Toowoomba Regional Council area receive free entry to the Museum on presentation of proof of address (courtesy of Toowoomba Regional Council*), except during the Have A Go! Festival and other special events.
Adult - $12.50Concession - $10.00Child (Ages 3-15yrs) - $6.50Family (1 Adult, up to 3 Children) - $25.00Family (2 Adults, up to 4 Children) - $32.00
Price includes all booking fees.
Children under the age of 3 are FREE (no ticket required)
All residents of the Toowoomba Regional Council area receive free entry to the Museum on presentation of proof of address (courtesy of Toowoomba Regional Council), except during the Have A Go! Festival and other special events.
Open Daily 9:30am - 4pm (Closed Good Friday, ANZAC Day, Christmas Day, Boxing Day)
Cobb+Co Museum27 Lindsay Street, Toowoomba