Cow Bell Museum

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Located 3.5 klms south from Mungar and 14 kilometres north from Tiaro, is a most interesting private museum.

Earliest examples of cow bells date back to the Iron Age. The bell and clapper are commonly crafted from iron, bronze, brass, copper or wood. The collar used to hold the bell is traditionally made with leather.

Keith and Judy Bell invite you to see one of the largest private collections on display of cow bells and spurs.

  • Over 600 Cow Bells
  • Over 150 Spurs
  • Horse & Bullock Gear
  • Whip Handles
  • Whips for sale

Viewing by appointment only.
Phone: 0447 296 374
Admittance $5.

Post Author: Robert Chase