Creswick Museum is situated in a section of the old Town Hall of the Shire of Creswick, a National Trust building built in 1872/3. Of particular interest are the basalt staircase and the Council Chamber with most of the original furniture left very much as it was when new Shire Offices were built next door.
The collection consist of memorabilia from early settlement, gold mining, social and military history. The Museum has a collection of artworks from the early colonial artists Burkitt, Moyle and Tibbit, the Creswick born Lindsay artists and Victor Litterland.
The museum's archives are housed in the old Infant Welfare Centre and are available Friday and Saturday.