The new Melbourne Museum tags itself as a museum for the 21st century and reflects a move to merge major museums and ... More
The new Melbourne Museum tags itself as a museum for the 21st century and reflects a move to merge major museums and galleries under one roof. Three particular focal points of the Melbourne Museum are: Bunjilaka, providing a focus for Aboriginal activity in Victoria; the Children's Museum, in the form of a tilted cube, and the open-air Gallery of Life, exhibiting Victoria's flora and fauna. Improved Internet access is also a key feature, providing better public access to superb collections, research, exhibitions and educational packages. Three theme cafe/restaurants provide refreshments.
I didnt go to the Melbourne Musem but I went on the internet to research "Phar Lap" the horse. I have never seen a better web site, it had movies, pictures and the best information. I am definly going to the Melbourne musuem next time I vist Melbourne.
This museum is fab having things to interest all ages. Leave plenty of time to see it all - all day, and definitely take a guided tour which are free - very interesting. The exhibits are diverse and that it's charm.
Eat in the cafe, we were very impressed, good value for money and very high quality. Best we've had in a museum yet (we ate in Sydney's Australian Museum and were VERY disappointed).
The Aboriginal part of the Museum was fascinating and thought provoking.
Luxury accommodation at budget prices.. 100' large screen projector with all channels in our living area. Free WiFi access, big
communal areas and large kitchen with big help yourself breakfast included. Garden with BBQ! All rooms have a fridge, ...
Western Australia's largest and most comprehensive museum houses more than two million artifacts and specimens. The museum's permanent exhibitions include
the Katta Djinoong display which focuses on Western Australia's Aboriginal heritage, bird, butterfly, marine, mammal and dinosaur galleries. The ...
Located on the 55th floor of Melbourne's tallest building, this observation deck opened in 1994 to provide spectacular 360 degree
views of Melbourne and Port Phillip Bay. It is a must for visitors. The admission price includes Rialto Vision ...