Exhibits

Miner’s Hut

The Miner’s Hut is the home of tin miner Jack Durry, which was built in the 1880s. It was here he spent his free time before returning to work nearby at the Happy Jack Mine on the banks of the Wild River. His home is a good example of a miner’s hut in the day with walls made from hessian sacks and dirt floors in the kitchen. His home is the only original building at the Village, as the rest have been relocated.