Kandos is the town that made the cement that made Sydney.
Established by the cement works in 1914, Kandos thrived as a modern 20th century town in a spectacular rural setting.
With the cement works closing in 2013, Kandos Museum has a vital role in preserving the town’s industrial and social history.
The museum is a community-run permanent home for a collection of stories, objects and photographs that bring this history to life. Kandos Museum is owned and operated by Kandos Museum Incorporated, a not-for-profit, NSW incorporated association.
The museum is run by local volunteers.
Entry: $8 Adults, Concession $5 and Family $15.