Queenstown Heritage Tours
Eric Thomas Galley Museum
This museum started life as the Imperial Hotel in 1898 and now houses an extensive photographic collection, with wonderfully...
Opposite the museum, on the site of the original train station, is the Miner’s Siding, a public monument featuring a giant mining drill,...
Run by internationally renowned Tasmanian artist Raymond Arnold, Landscape Art Research Queenstown is a wonderful gallery that runs...
This amazingly refurbished art-deco theatre shows some Hollywood and art-house films, as well as a revolving program of short films...
Tracks serves smooth, creamy coffee and cafe staples such as gourmet pies and sandwiches, as well as cakes. You can also sit alfresco on...
Queenstown Heritage Tours information
The 'Lake Margaret Historic Hydropower' tour (adult/child $45/30) takes you into an early 20th-century hydroelectric power plant, and the 'Mt Lyell Underground Mine Tour' (adult $80) takes you inside the copper mine. But the real charmer is 'Lost Mines, Ancient Pines' (adult/child $80/40), which takes in some old copper and gold mines, a commercial sawmill and a stand of rainforest.