We visited here on our first day in Sydney. The museum looks small, but it has rich historical content. We like the exhibition area on the first floor of the museum about Catalans and indigenous people. The various media introduced here (audiovisual, interactive displays, paintings, artifacts) restore history. The building itself is worth taking pictures. The entrance is a bit difficult to find, in an alley, you have to pay attention to the roadside instructions. If you visit all areas, it takes about 2 hours. All in all, I highly recommend you to visit this museum in Sydney, and it is free!
Over time, the characteristics of the rocky areas are changing. It is difficult to understand these historical changes if you are just walking around as a tourist or watching some general introductions. If you want to get a better understanding of this place, instead of aimlessly watching the flowers, then start here. The museum is small, so the tour time will not be too long. But it does show the history and style of this area and the people who have thrived here for generations.
The Rocks Discovery Museum is a small and well-known museum of nature and history in Sydney. It is suitable for bringing children together. This informative museum is very well done and it is worth visiting. It feels great. The first stop of the trip is from the hotel. Go straight to the past, very excited, and then went again.