See & Do Galleries, Museums and Collections

Unearth the unexpected with a tour of some of the most unique collections in Australia. From pinball machines to pioneers, these quirky museums will add something special to your Silo Art Trail itinerary.

It’s a great chance to discover the unexpected and delve deeper into the history of Victoria’s west.

Pygmy Possum painted on a Mini Silo by Bryan Itch

Woomelang Silo Art

Kaniva Sheep Art

Sheep Art Trail

Kaniva Puppet Shop

Kaniva Puppet Shop

Harrow Discovery Centre and Johnny Mullagh Interpretive Centre

Harrow Discovery Centre and Johnny Mullagh Interpretive Centre

Overland Museum

Overland Museum

Now Dach's a Gallery

Now Dach’s a Gallery

Local volunteers have spent 10 years restoring this Avro Anson  from original  parts.

Nhill Aviation Heritage Centre

Red Tail Gallery

Red Tail Gallery


Menzies Square

Wotjobaluk Country inspired artwork along brick wall

Travis Price’s Mural

Detailed historical mural at Yunruga Homestead

Rainbow Murals


Wheatlands Agricultural Machinery Museum

Circa 1886. Access to displays on four floors. Houses James Hill Taxidermy Collection circa 1932

Murtoa Museum Precinct

Exterior of the Golden Grains Museum

Charlton Golden Grains Museum

Horsham Town Hall Pynsent Street Entrance

Horsham Town Hall and Regional Art Gallery

The grocery store was the at the centre of town selling everythind the housewife could want.

Woods’ Heritage Museum

Wimmera Mallee Pioneer Museum front entrance. Homestead with garden and interpretive signs

Wimmera Mallee Pioneer Museum

Black Cockatoo flour mill mural

The Horsham Silo

Paintings on the gallery wall including several still life and landscapes


Our location 60 Best st

Skymirror Gallery Cafe

army vehicle

Horsham Military Collection

Ample parking in the street or nearby

Edenhope Antiques

Pinballs from the 1960s and 1970s

Australia Pinball Museum

Projection by ash Coates

Turbo Gallery