The holidays bring home to travel friends past, very new, boring, old facilities, themes out of date, not enough of the contemporary Australian local characteristics.
The overall effect and content of the museum are good. But there is little explanatory content, so I watch it by myself. In addition, there are really too many children and there are not too many projects aimed at adults.
There are countless themed exhibitions and interactive science exhibitions held by Melbourne's Science Exhibition Centre. Its entertaining and entertaining presentation is very attractive to children, and it is often beneficial to people. It is highly recommended
Worth going, popular science and knowledge, full of fun
Carlton to the west and Collingwood to the east. This long and narrow rectangular block can be walked around for a week in less than half a morning, but the various fantasy and excitement contained in it cannot be experienced in a day or two. It is like a magic box. The walls of the old and dilapidated Victorian houses are its humble appearance, which is full of fantasy and whimsical worlds. It is here that Melbourne’s most free and active creativity is brought together in the north-south Brunswick Street and Smith Street. Street and the east-west direction Gertrude Street is the center of Fitzroy’s shopping, dining, art, and leisure business belt. There are coffee shops, restaurants with international flavors from East Asia to Africa, used bookshops, vintage clothing stores, creative jewelry stores, handicraft shops, weekend creative markets Bar music enthusiasts, record shops, galleries, private art galleries, etc.
The building is very atmospheric, modern and dynamic, and very attractive. Many of the game projects in it really show scientific knowledge, and you can experience it without language
Preston_Dominguez: 2 Booker Street, Spotswood, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Williamstown,Scienceworks,Westgate Park,Maribyrnong River,Yarraville Gardens