After its restoration in 1994, the Old Finance Building opened to the public as a museum, providing an ideal guide for tourists who want to know and explore the history, architecture and contemporary life of Melbourne. The old Finance Building has three permanent exhibitions: the Built on Gold Exhibition, the Victorian Archival Treasures Exhibition, which reproduces the history of the Victorian Gold Rush, and the Growing Up in the Old Treasury Exhibition, which shows Victorian Archival Treasures'rich historical materials and traces the history of the old Finance Building.
It's a beautiful building. It's very convenient for walking and tram in the city free TRAM area.
An antique building, to the east of Melbourne's downtown area, is adjacent to a park. Passing here several times during the day, I was not impressed. One evening I walked by and found the building more striking under the light. Fig. 3 is the government building next to the old building. I don't know what kind of organization it is.
Now it has been transformed into a museum of gold treasures, known as Melbourne and even the Victorian architecture of Australia as a whole. Passing by, we can see that there are not many tourists and the service staff are very enthusiastic. The exhibitions downstairs "Golden Tour" and "Growing Up in the Old Finance Hall" are good.
Old financial buildings, even though they have retired from financial affairs, are still engaged in financial-related work. After being transformed into a museum, it mainly exhibits exhibitions related to gold, excavation, smelting, and Treasury ___________ A Series of Metamorphosis of Gold