The Blyth Street museum (opposite the Post Office Café) was once the Vincent County Council Chambers. It now houses family histories, photos, relics and stories of the early gold mining time.

The Railway Station, built in 1907, serviced the region between Dunedin and Cromwell. The Clyde – Cromwell section (20 km) was closed in 1980 due to construction of the Clyde Dam. The station closed in 1990 and now includes a museum housing railway artifacts.

And don’t forget our living museum, Clyde township, where you can walk back in time by picking up a Walk Around Historic Clyde brochure.