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Australian Racing Museum

First situated at Caulfield racecourse, the Australian Racing Museum is the only museum devoted to thoroughbred horseracing in Australia. With its collection of fine and decorative arts, trophies, costumes, vehicles, equipment, ephemera, film and video and a small reference library, the museum offers a program of changing exhibitions, a research service and a range of educational, outreach and public activities. Known as the Victorian Racing Museum until 1998, the Museum was opened in 1981 by Queen Elizabeth II and is administered by the Victorian Racing Industry. Champions - Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame opened at Federation Square in 2004.

Annette Shiell