Hyde Park Barracks Museum is located in Hyde Park, Sydney, where many Australian barracks are exhibited in terms of equipment, life, training and so on. The country is very belligerent, so this kind of war museum is everywhere, and some of them are flooded. There's one thing I think is a little out of harmony in such a beautiful place as Hyde Park.
Hyde Park Barracks is a rare world cultural heritage in Australia and a place to review and witness Australia's development history. Over the past 200 years, the barracks have undergone several stages, including prison shelters, immigrant residences and courts. It's on Macaulay Street, north of Hyde Park. Walking or bus is available. Tickets for the elderly are A$5. From the third floor of the museum, we can see the life segments of the prisoners, such as the beds, tools of production, the main plots and sentences of the crimes, and the real life portraits of the Irish female immigrants. Australia is a modern country developed through prisoner exile and immigration. The Barracks Museum is an activity history textbook.
It is said that it was the earliest prison, had also been a barracks, belongs to the Museum of historical relics. Because it is not the destination of the tour group, there are not many tourists. But we can see that Australian primary school students, under the leadership of teachers, queue up to visit the whole class, which seems to be an educational base. The copper well covers outside the museum are cast with the front architectural drawings and brief instructions of the museum. The Museum has a unique design for a section of the south wall of St. Mary's Church. The whole glass is embedded in the wall, with Museum instructions carved on it, as well as tables and pots embedded in the wall. It feels like a room, and the design is very ingenious.
Sydney has four criminal exile sites, one of them. Many tourists still want to see the prisons left over by history, but they are not interested in this kind of museum, so there are not many tourists here. The first floor is an archaeological exhibition. The shop on the second floor specializes in books on Australian colonial history. The cafe in the front yard is open every day. It can also see a few leisure people. Maybe they depend on Hyde Park.
A hundred years ago, it used to be a racetrack. Later, it was transformed into a street garden and named after the famous Hyde Park in London, England. The Park masks are small and belong to the relatively leisurely urban free parks (no charge parks I met in Australia)
From the arrangement of the hammocks in the prison, we can see that the density of prisoners is very high. In the Human Development Report 2013 issued by the United Nations Development Programme, Australia ranked second, after Norway, the Nordic country. How did the descendants of prisoners develop into human elites? In this land, still puzzled.
The park is open and has a large area. Museums are relatively small and can be visited at will.