On the site of the First Governor's Mansion, this is the most interesting place in this place. It is located in a modern, elegant and climatic building with charming staff. Sadly, there is no strict treatment of the area and the history and geography of the city. A small collection of cultural relics and stories, as well as some temporary exhibitions. I thought I missed some art galleries, but no, I checked the floor plan. Expensive experience. However, judging from the rackets they made, the children seemed to like the immersive playroom. Hope I am 65 years younger.
The movie is good, but there are few exhibits. Like model boats and exit walls. The staff are friendly and helpful, but overall it is not worth the price and time. Being within walking distance from the port is a plus. Will not visit again on the return trip.
The Sydney Museum is also part of the museum complex in the city, and there are many good places to see, and the national museum in Sydney has a lot of nice little items.
Small but very memorable exhibits for children and adults to see. We didn't queue for 1 minute when buying tickets. Recommended because the price is very good. Although the introduction is not comprehensive, it is worth a visit.
Office of the building site now we see the modern building is built on the site of the first government building in Sydney, there is a light color left in front of the museum of ancient tile. Museum of the second floor has a prominent prospect, can overlooking the floor tile down on site, also can see the detailed explanation.
This was one of the best museums I went to in Sydney, its interactive and informative. It has some great exhibits about how the city started. Well worth a visit.
I really like that this museum is a natural history museum. All the children have a great time, which is a good sign. As a tourist, I think the branch is composed of wild animals and knowledgeable people in fascinating Australia, and there is also a part about aboriginal life. This is a good introduction to new topics
I mainly visited the Mammoth special exhibition and I am very happy that it is great. The exhibition is well arranged, has a large amount of information, is highly interactive, and has a good balance between natural science and popular popularity. The rest of the museum feels like a hybrid between the Auckland War Memorial, Oxford University Museum and Pitt River Museum, with stuffed animals, skeletons and strange ethnographic artifacts. There are some nice things in the museum, but the style is very traditional. recommend
Preston_Dominguez: Museum of Sydney 37 Phillip St, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended Sydney Opera House,Darling Harbour,Sydney Harbour Bridge,Hyde Park,The Royal Botanic Garden Sydney