Was very enjoyable walking around the museum. Saw a lot of Australia's heritage (including Pharlap's heart!) Cafe was great there too. Takes a couple of hours to walk around.
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We went recently for 'Towers of Tomorrow' Lego exhibition and workshop. Was great fun for whole family. Between the building itself, the permanent and the more temporary exhibitions there is always something interesting for all ages. Highly recommended if you have never been and even...More
Paid for an introductory tour of the museum but it was well worth it. Graeme was very well informed and gave us a great overview of the museum. We then spent a further 4 hours on our own. Especially enkoyed the Eternity gallery with stories...More
There is always something new to learn about Australia and Australian history in this place. It caters for children to adults presenting interesting museum type displays on Australian life and history. The gift shop is one of the best gift shops around, and some well...More
Really interesting museum dedicated to the diffferent aspects of Australian life. There is a history section and one on the land and wildlife, also an interesting video display on different areas of the country that makes them unique. Upstairs is social history. The gift shop...More
The surprise comes first with its artistic building (inside and outside), continues with several axhibitions (Aboriginal life, aboriginal art, etc.) and ends up with a great area for kids. Strongly recommend!
Do not miss this fabulous facility. We could of spent an entire day here but just ran out of time. Amazing structure inside and out.
I wanted to go to museum for my birthday and the hubby drove us to Canberra for a day trip. The museum was a real hearty place full of history and tidbits about Australia. It is all presented in a way that is interesting to...More