There’s a whole world of rich history to discover in the famous capital city, and its museums offer a whole day of exploration, learning and, of course, fun! You can enjoy these must-visit Sydney museums within minutes from our affordable Darling Harbour self contained accommodation.
The Australian Museum is the oldest museum in Australia, established back in 1827, and houses the nation’s most prized mineral, fossil, and anthropological exhibits. Take a journey through the history of the Pacific Islands, Asia, Africa, and the Americas, or learn about Aboriginal culture at the Indigenous Australia section. Also, don’t forget to view the magnificent display of stuffed Australian animals. Find the Australian Museum by Hyde Park.
With Sydney having its own harbour as well as a location so close to the sea, it’s bound to have an interesting history when it comes to maritime artefacts and treasures. The Australian National Maritime Museum by Darling Harbour is the place to go to explore it all, featuring many staggering vessels from submarines to boats. Make a stop by the museum’s very own seafood-orientated cafe.
The Museum of Sydney has a history of its own, being located on one of the most historic spots in the capital city where the first Government House was built. For all information on Sydney, this modern museum is the perfect place to find out everything you want to know, featuring an in-depth timeline of its people and the events that made the Australian capital what it is today.
Found by Darling Harbour, the Powerhouse Museum is the flagship location for the Museum of Applied Applied Arts and Sciences. Discover everything to do with technology, science, engineering, architecture, medicine, fashion, and contemporary culture through a number of captivating exhibitions. This museum features regular tours, workshops, and special performances - just check to see what’s on!
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