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Exhibition: Remembering Ruth Faulkner Library 

December 2019 to February 2020

The Ruth Faulkner Library has been a landmark and beloved home for Belmont’s community since it was first opened in 1971. As the Library and Museum prepare to move to the new community centre, why not visit the Belmont Museum to check out all the Library and Museum memorabilia? Remember all the fun of the Library and the Museum in their earliest forms.  

Visit the Museum and rediscover the early days of the Ruth Faulkner Library!


Ready for Relocation

The Belmont Museum is moving! From Monday, 10 February 2020 the ​ Museum will be closing to prepare for the move to the City’s amazing new community facility.

During the closure period, Library and Heritage staff will be hard at work researching and creating content as well as preparing previously unseen artifacts for the new exhibition spaces.

The new Museum will take visitors on immersive journeys into Belmont’s past. From interactive displays to traditional hands-on play, there will be something for everyone. 

During the closure, Library and Heritage staff will still be available to answer questions and assist with your local history research.​


Time Traveller Stories
DATE: Monday to Friday, during January 2020
TIME: 9am to 5pm

Visit the Belmont Museum and travel back in time. Using the time travel station (green screen and iPad) you can dress up and insert yourself into a historical image. Don’t forget to revisit the Museum so that you can see yourself in the exhibition.
​No bookings required. 

So Much Drama!


DATE: Wednesday, 15 January 2020
TIME: 10:30am to 11:30am

Join award-winning Perth actor and playwright Tiffany Barton for an hour of song, dance and drama games. Activities will be inspired by stories from Belmont and around the world including Roald Dahl’s Revolting Rhymes and the Dreamtime story of Tiddilik the Frog. 

​For children aged 6 to 12 years. 

Book now as places are limited. To make a booking click here.  ​
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