Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre

Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre, Cooma: Hours, Address, Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre Reviews: 4.5/5

Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre

Raglan Gallery & Cultural Centre
4.5
Wednesday
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Thursday
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Friday
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Saturday
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
Sunday
10:30 AM - 3:30 PM
About
The Raglan Gallery is a local Art Gallery situated in Lambie Street in Cooma NSW. Lambie Street was the first surveyed street in Cooma in the 1840's and a number of beautiful historic homesteads can be found. The Raglan Gallery in its past has been a Hospital, Inn, Bank and Family Home and is now an Art Gallery and Cultural Centre hosting around 8 exhibitions per year. There is a gift shop which year round has a great selection of cards, prints, pottery & jewellery to name but a few. After your visit why not take a leisurely stroll along the rest of Lambie Street, there is a historic booklet available at the Gallery and the Cooma Visitors Centre.
Suggested duration
1-2 hours
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lizabethdee65
Cooma, Australia23 contributions
Eclectic exhibitions
Jul. 2017 • Friends
The Raglan is a small, but vibrant, centre for the arts. There are exhibitions that change monthly. For August, the exhibition features women artists using a variety of media.
Written 2 August 2017
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Loi J
Canberra, Australia245 contributions
Local Art and Exhibitions
Jun. 2017 • Friends
Turn down Lambie St and through the tree lined street to the end. The old building is the gallery. It requires a gold coin donation to enter. It is staffed by volunteers and open set hours. It house gifts made by locals and lovely exhibitions. There is a huge new gallery attached as an extension. Fabulous artwork at various times. Helpful and knowledgeable staff. Good if you are interested in art.
Written 22 July 2017
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Traveller
Sydney289 contributions
Beautiful gallery showcasing local artists
Apr. 2017
This beautiful gallery showcases work by the region's established and emerging artists, from painters to ceramicists, potters, sculptors, and jewellers. Housed in a postcard perfect historic building with beautiful gardens and run by volunteers, its really very appealing. Creaky floors, low doorways and some stunning art on the walls makes this a very interesting place to visit. Definitely worth a visit.
Written 2 May 2017
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DJ 2
Brisbane, Australia301 contributions
Lovely orginal building
Mar. 2017 • Couples
The local history of this building speaks volumes for the strength of the local community as it was purchased by the Council and then provided as an art gallery for locals. When we visited they were midway through changing all the displays but it was interesting seeing all the locals there who participate in the local art scene and their enthusiasm to volunteer their time to keep this great venture going and the building in excellent condition.
Written 6 March 2017
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WorldTraveller036
NSW656 contributions
Beautiful building, lovely art
Jan. 2017 • Family
Beautiful old building with several rooms with different art in them. Gold coin entry. They have different exhibits. Closed Mondays and Tuesdays. Good for a short activity with kids. We enjoyed it! There's a gift shop too.
Written 6 January 2017
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David S
Coffs Harbour, Australia91 contributions
loveley old building on a gorgeous street
Dec. 2016 • Business
Nice and pleasant experience.

This gallery is one of Coomas best kept secrets. Id stop here anytime just wander through and feel the stress of life fall away.
Take a left into Lambie St off the Hwy and stop a while.
Perfect place to unwind.
Written 7 December 2016
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lynnefromaus
Newcastle, Australia1,269 contributions
Gorgeous Gallery
Oct. 2016
We called in and were very pleasantly surprised by the lovely old building, local art and garden. This is well worth a visit if you are in the area.
Written 3 October 2016
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Lavish O
121 contributions
Small, Quaint Art Gallery
Dec. 2015 • Couples
A gold coin donation is required for entry to the art gallery. It is just down the road from the town centre and close to coffee, which may be required.

The art gallery is small and had a high school exhibit on. There are rooms with local artists, which were wonderful and mostly impressionistic. The art gallery itself is beautiful and the ladies there are kind and helpful.

Down the road is a beautiful bridge that has been built for pedestrians as part of the sidewalk. This is also worth a look in the small town.
Written 31 January 2016
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Bjarkan B
Maryborough, Australia20 contributions
Beautiful old house
Aug. 2015 • Family
Lovely old home repurposed into and art gallery. Great local art on display and occasional exhibitions
Written 25 January 2016
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Brian S
Springwood, Australia108 contributions
History & Art meets
Sep. 2015 • Solo
Interesting building as I'm very interested in history and art. Staff very helpful & friendly. A local artist was in attendance when I was there.
Written 22 September 2015
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