Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum, Lithgow

(4.7/5 based on 60+ reviews on the web)
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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One of those "will drop in one day" places & finally did it ! Had the place to ourselves mostly and I really enjoyed it even though the overall picture made me sad that Aussie manufacturing is going t...  more »
  • This museum is front and centre of the Lithgow small arms factory which in its heyday poured out many famous wartime and peacetime weapons. All the tools and methods of manufacture are portrayed in in...  more »
  • During a recent trip to Mudgee via Lithgow, we called into the Lithgow Small Arms Factory Museum. This was my first trip to the museum. It features an extensive display of firearms, ranging from rifle...  more »
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  • If you love firearm this is the place to come. They have Rare world war 2 era firearm like stg44, MG15, MG34, Fg42 etc. Worth every cents.
  • i enjoy it because its educational and it involves my 3rd favorout thing guns
  • An amazing collection of firearms from all over the world and not just what I would call small! Rocket launchers for example. Some deficiencies - Ruger is not well represented, no M34 or M35. Interesting snippets of history, we took an hour to go round. Well worth it!
  • My gun loving son enjoyed this museum so much it was well worth the trip. This arms factory is the very reason for "The Lost City" located in the Newns forest was put in place as this factory provided much of Australia's ammunition during the world war. So to protect the factory the Lost city was put into action.
  • Very nice that this place has been preserved as a museum. We really enjoyed going through here. Well wroth 1-2 hours.