National Guitar Museum

Established in 2019, the National Guitar Museum salutes and celebrates the instrument and those who make it sing.

And let’s get serious; is there a more appropriate place to celebrate the humble guitar than the Country Music Capital?

With a special focus on rock and country, the collection is made up of famous guitars, replicas of famous guitars, signed guitars and profiles on the Australian and international stars who played them all. Think Smoky Dawson, QUEEN’s Brian May, Tommy Emmanuel, KISS’ Paul Stanley, Keith Urban, Dolly Parton, Brooks & Dunn, Kenny Rogers, The Eagles… the list goes on.

The National Guitar Museum is located in the Tamworth Visitor Information Centre at the Big Golden Guitar complex, and is a great experience for lovers of music across all genres.

Learn more about the National Guitar Museum including admission pricing and opening hours by contacting the Tamworth Visitor Information Centre at the Big Golden Guitar.

2 The Ringers Road (Corner New England Highway and The Ringers Road), South Tamworth
02 6767 5300