Kingston & Arthers Vale Historical Area

This captivating video, narrated by Pitcairn descendent David "Diddles" evans talks about the World Heritage listed Kingston & Arters Vale Historical Area and its special relationship with the Norfolk Islanders.

Norfolk Island by Ray Martin

Fletcher’s Mutiny Cyclorama is an amazing 360° painting offers a unique way to experience the history of the Bounty adventures and discover how the world’s most famous mutiny created the Pitcairn and Norfolk Island communities.

Norfolk Island Travel Guide

The Museum has two guided Tag-A-Long tours. These tours include a guided journey behind the scenes, to reveal additional stories from the museum collection and Norfolk's history.

Pitcairn Settlers Village

Experience the proud history of the Pitcairn Island Settlers. Your guided tour will include, the gracious original Bailey homestead & gardens, a stroll through the barn, dairy and out-buildings, a museum filled with items of nostalgic and historic interest, the oldest working forge in the Pacific, an ex-New Zealand Army hut, with war-time memorabilia, an exclusive film of Norfolk Island interest and complimentary refreshments

Museum Pass

The Norfolk Island Museum reveals to you Norfolk's amazing and multi-layered stories. Famous for its colourful history, the island was first settled by Polynesians, then in 1788 by the British who later made it a convict hellhole. Since 1856 it has been home to the descendants of the Bounty mutineers

Twiilight Tour

This is not a “ghost tour” that just tells stories of haunting, this is an immersive historical and hands-on paranormal investigation tour.

As the sun goes down over the World Heritage listed Kingston and Arthur's Vale Historic Area, join Liz who has been working and touring in active sites on Norfolk Island for nearly twenty years. Learn spine chilling stories of her "Phantom Friends" that frequent the Island.

Colleen McCullough Tour

The Colleen McCullough Tour gives you a glimpse into the life of this modern-day literary icon. The world-renowned author called Norfolk Island home for almost 36 years. She and husband, Norfolk Islander, Ric Robinson, created a luxurious hideaway here. They maintained their privacy to ensure Colleen had the perfect environment for her writing.