The Trafalgar Holden Museum is housed in the old dairy factory in Waterloo Road, Trafalgar, Victoria.
Telling the complete story of the Holden brand, the museum features all things Holden from saddles to motor cars, aero engines to pedal cars.
Established in October 2014 by a local car / Holden enthusiast, most collectors would adjust their ambitions to suit what they can squeeze in their garage, Neil did not let the space factor get in the way of his collection. Instead, he bought an old factory (which happens to be Trafalgar’s old butter factory from the 1930’s era) to store and grow his much loved collection.
The Trafalgar Holden Museum has many unique features and displays including some of Neil’s prized possessions; his 1965 Holden HD Premier with 13,000 miles (21,000km) on it, a 1967 Holden HK also with 13,000 miles and an 1963 EJ Holden with just 7,500 miles (12,000 kilometres).
Along with a theatrette and interactive displays, it truly is a must do for everyone.
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Ages eight to fifteen.
- Saturday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
- Sunday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
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