During the Castlemaine State Festival, CAM will be open every day from Thursday 19 March – Sunday 4 April 2021, 12pm-4pm.

Usual Opening Hours

Monday         CLOSED
Tuesday        CLOSED
Wednesday   CLOSED
Thursday       12.00pm to 4.00pm
Friday            12.00pm to 4.00pm
Saturday       12.00pm to 4.00pm
Sunday          12.00pm to 4.00pm

We are open Thursday to Sunday inclusive, 12.00pm-4.00pm, including most public holidays (that fall on those days). Closed Christmas Eve, Christmas Day.

Other CAM facilities have different opening days and times. Please contact the CAM staff for more information about accessing the Library or booking a tour on (03) 5472 2292.

Free admission to CAM:

Admission to CAM: the gallery and the historical museum is free.

Entry to temporary exhibitions may have an entry fee.

Ask our friendly staff about annual membership benefits.

Guided Tour every Saturday. Our guides are on duty from 12pm to 5.00pm and are available to show and discuss the collection on display
Lectures and special tours by appointment
Contact info@castlemainegallery.com or call (03) 5472 2292.

Castlemaine Art Museum

14 Lyttleton Street (PO Box 248) Castlemaine, Vic 3450 Australia.
Phone (03) 5472 2292
Email info@castlemainegallery.com

Getting here by foot

A short 1 min walk from the Castlemaine Post Office on Barker Street, or 5 min walk up Kennedy street from the Castlemaine train station.

Getting here by train

Vline Bendigo trains stop at Castlemaine, check the timetable here.

Connect to the Victorian Goldfields Railway to travel between Maldon and Castlemaine by historic steam train.


All day and two hour parking is available on Lyttleton street.

Access at the rear of the building

There is an additional entrance and exit at the rear of the building for deliveries and as alternative access for visitors requiring wheelchair access . This is reached via the signed service road on the eastern side of the building, press the security intercom for access. A lift is available to the museum.

Service animals are welcome.


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