The Museum features Mary’s story and legacy, illustrated by selections from her extensive correspondence with family and friends in Australia. It includes audio-visual and interactive experiences and is situated in the building used by the Catholic Women’s Social Guild in 1916.
The Museum follows public health advice regarding COVIDsafe practices. We cater for groups of up to 26 visitors per group.
School student presentations
Inquiry based one hour sessions tailored to suit the level, school and curriculum focus.
Three sessions per day are available at the following times:
10am - 11am (Mon- Fri)
11.30am - 12.30pm (Mon-Fri)
2pm - 3pm (Mon-Thurs)
Mary Glowrey Museum offers Primary and Secondary schools the opportunity to have their staff reflect on the inspiring life of Dr Sr Mary Glowrey in the context of the school’s mission statement, curriculum focus and themes such as Catholic Identity. Museum staff can collaborate with school leaders to meet staff needs and schedules.
Visitors are always welcome to come and view the museum exhibits. The Mary Glowrey Museum also offers small group tours and presentations about Mary Glowrey's life. Booking is strongly advised.
The Mary Glowrey Museum is grateful for all donations. Suggested amount: $5 per head.
Group and school bookings
Download the booking form
Phone: (03) 9416 4674
There is elevator access to the museum.
The museum is easy to access by public transport.
Visit Public Transport Victoria at www.ptv.vic.gov.au
This website is published by Mary Glowrey Heritage Limited (ABN 39 604 292 346) and all rights are reserved. Photographs are from the Mary Glowrey Collection, which is owned by the Catholic Women’s League of Victoria and Wagga Wagga Inc (ABN 18 342 098 335) and are published with their kind permission. All requests to use or reproduce any content on this website or from the Mary Glowrey Collection should be made in the first instance to firstname.lastname@example.org as outlined on our Contact Us page.