War and Peace highlights works in the NERAM and UNE collections by official war artists, displayed alongside an example of their war commissions loaned by the Australian War Memorial.
NERAM will be closed ANZAC Day, Sunday April 25, 2021.
Standard Opening Hours:
10am – 4pm | Tuesday to Sunday
The hours of 10am – 12pm on Thursdays are currently reserved for high risk community members.
Please observe our COVID-19 response Visitor Guidelines at all times during your visit to NERAM.
NERAM Cafe is currently closed.
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NERAM is a registered venue for the $25 Discover NSW Vouchers! If you wish to use your $25 NSW Discover Voucher for any of our events or workshops, please call our Front of House on (02) 6772 5255 to place your ticket*.
*Voucher excludes purchases at the NERAM Shop
Please note you can only redeem one voucher per day at a business. However, you can combine your voucher with another person’s voucher towards the same bill.
106 - 114 Kentucky Street
Armidale NSW 2350
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