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Many Museum collections owe their origins to the passion and commitment of private collectors. The Collector's Cabinet offers visitors a glimpse into a number of local private collections and the stories of people who assembled them.

Are you a collector willing to share your private passion with the public? If you are, and would like to lend your collection to the Museum for temporary display, please complete and submit an Application Form (167kB PDF) for consideration in the Collector’s Cabinet program.

I'm a Celebrity....Get Me Out of Here!
21 August 2018 - 9 March 2019

I'm a Celebrity
Objects from the set of I'm a Celebrity....Get Me Out of Here!

The first series of I'm a Celebrity...Get Me Out of Here! was filmed by Granada Productions in the Tweed Shire 15 years ago, airing in 2003. While most people are interested in the famous celebrities who appear on the show, the stories of the crew behind the scenes are also fascinating. Up to 700 people work internationally to produce this live reality television show, with the film crew operating out of a remote forest camp. Learn how they battle difficult terrain, snakes, spiders, and more, to produce the show watched by 10-12 million viewers in the UK.

From the Hip
Peter Jones
12 March - 29 June 2019


Hipflasks
Hipflasks from Peter Jones' collection.
Since the 18th Century, the modern gentleman's hip lask has been a discreet way to carry hard alcohol on one's person. The overall design has changed little over the years, however they can be found in a remarkable array of materials and sizes, making them an attractive collectible.

The late Peter Jones travelled the world throughout his life, and along the way collected an impressive selection of hip flasks. Peter's family have loaned his collection to the Museum as a tribute to Peter who passed away in 2018.
Last Updated: 31 October 2018