At the St Helens History Room, there are over 1000 artefacts on display. These are presented thematically to represent the various stages of the settlement of St Helens. In addition to the displays, there is also an extensive photographic collection with approximately 20,000 images. Our collections are very accessible as the museum is open 7 days a week from 9 am to 5 pm. We are situated at the St Helens History and Visitor Information Centre, behind the St Helens Library building, at 61 Cecilia Street, St Helens, opposite the Post Office. Look for the Tin Dragon outside the Service Tasmania shop front, he will point you in the right direction. Entry to the museum itself will only cost you $5 for a family/couple; $3 concession and U/16s, members and carers with clients are free. You will experience the history of St Helens in a vital and vibrant way. Learn first hand about this interesting area before you set off to explore the beautiful beaches or the marvellous mountainous hinterland. St Helens is the northern most town on the East Coast of Tasmania situated on the picturesque Georges Bay. Great place for exploring the Bay of Fires.