The Cobb+Co museum will remain free thanks to TRC

Residents of the Toowoomba area will continue to enjoy free admission to the Cobb+Co Museum after the Toowoomba Regional Council (TRC) ratified its financial commitment to the program at this week’s regular meeting.

Chairman of TRC’s Environment and Community Portfolio, Cr James O’Shea, said the Cobb+Co Museum has a plethora of activities on offer for families that can be enjoyed free of charge thanks to the financial commitment of CRT.

“Just in time for the September school holidays, TRC has ensured that residents of the Toowoomba area continue to enjoy free entry to Cobb+Co simply by showing proof of residency.

“TRC pays the state government for your registration, and we are proud to do so, especially for families and school groups.

“This is just one of the ways the Council gives back to the community and I encourage as many families as possible to get out and get involved in the school holiday activities offered at the Cobb + Co Museum in Lindsay Street,” said Cr O’Shea. .

The Cobb+Co Museum is part of the Queensland Museum and houses the National Carriage Collection.

As well as Cobb & Co coaches, the collection includes examples of a wide range of vehicles from the horse-drawn era, from farm wagons and delivery wagons to the Rolls Royce of horse-drawn carriages, the landau.

“Visit the Cobb+Co website to find out what’s going on and continue to enjoy free entry thanks to TRC,” said Cr O’Shea.

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