Monsignor Hawes Heritage Centre Museum
Geraldton’s Monsignor Hawes Heritage Centre (MHHC) Museum is a state-of-the-art interpretive centre, within the grounds of St Francis Xavier's Cathedral, that tells the story of architect-priest Monsignor John Cyril Hawes through his own words.
By utilising Hawes’ diary entries, drawings and personal records, visitors are privy to Hawes' personal thoughts.
Large pull-out display drawers, designed to strict conservation standards, display a selection of Hawes’ original drawings and documents that wouldn’t otherwise be seen due to their delicate nature.
The MHHC complements the adjacent cathedral and is the gateway to the Monsignor Hawes Heritage Trail.
The Museum stocks a large range of religious merchandise as well as Hawes-related souvenirs, books and DVD's.