Crows Nest Folk Museum and Village boasts its very own historic village. A very significant building is 'Carbethon House' built in the 1880s and moved to Crows Nest in 1978 which marked the beginning of the collection of now 21 buildings that make up the village. Being the birthplace of Ray White, it has the original business building on the grounds and also the beautiful old home of Alan White is on display as well.
Thallon Street / New England Highway, Crows Nest QLD. View in Google maps.
Ph: 4698 1776
Thursday to Sunday and public holidays - 10am to 3pm. Groups on other days available by appointment.
Closed Good Friday, Christmas day and Boxing Day.