I travel quite frequently and one of the top things I do when visiting somewhere new is to visit the museums. This place is the smallest museum I have ever been too, and we had to actually pay to get in. 12 dollars adult entry...More
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The Sydney Museum is a great place to learn about how Sydney came to be in Australia. If you are interested in learning how and when it came to be, this museum is the place to check out. Here are some pros and cons of...More
The Museum of Sydney is relatively small when compared to most museums that you can browse through all its exhibits in less than an hour. We were already going through the exhibits when one of the museum staff invited us to participate in a short...More
I think this is more interesting for Australians than international visitors. If you have time to kill, then this is fine, but otherwise spend your time elsewhere.
Great snapshot history of Sydney with regular special exhibitions...currently post modern home design (one for the patents). Interactive kids map with tasks is fun and directs you through the displays. Good insight into evolution of Colonial occupation of Sydney basin, respectful of indigenous displacement and...More
The museum tells the story of Sydney and was built at the site of the first governor's house (the remains are seen in the foyer). It is relatively small and has a fee of 12 AUD, but the visit is definitely worth it.
The featured exhibit takes the lions share of space in this small museum. At this time, this is a mid century architects and designers exhibit. Since we went for Sydney history, it was a little disappointing. The history exhibits featured were interesting however. Many of...More
This museums existence is due to the fact that the original government house stood on this site and there is quite a lot of information about that. It is quite small especially when compared to the Melbourne Museum. There were only three small floors and...More