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One of Australia's popular and loved museums! Perfect for the whole family, Melbourne Museum showcases Australian social history, Aboriginal cultures, science and the environment. Inside: Experience Victorian and Australian Aboriginal culture - from...more
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Turtle Odyssey 3D on IMAX was my first stop and paid extra to sit on top row reclining seats - $5 extra and well worth it.
First Peoples exhibit Aboriginal was a great introduction to the history of these people,
PharLap was a marvel and...More
Great museum. Price of admission is $15/person. There have various sections wrapped up together including an animal section, plants, aboriginals, science, and a few other venues. The most interesting is the aborigine history, which is mainly why I came. The other venues are solid so...More
Went to see Mandela My Life exhibition which was excellent. However lower rating because of cost $30 per head and the really poor coffee shop. Melbourne Museum is fantastic and really worth a visit but unfortunately it is very pricey.
We spent our entire time in the aboriginal section of the museum, which was clearly designed by aboriginal people. There are artistic and interactive exhibits, where you can see and hear individual people explaining their history, experiences and perspectives. The museum has an excellent shop...More
We saved up our trip to the Melbourne Museum for a rainy day and it was perfect. We found three highlights that drew our attention, interest and admiration. First was the reconstruction of a living rainforest with well-labeled plants and interesting birds. Second was the...More
This is our favourite place to go on a rainy day to get out in Melbourne with a 3 year-old, and can easily spend a whole day here just in the kids area with indoor-outdoor cafe that sells snacks. So much to do, always crowded...More
Hello, I don’t work for the Museum however I’m sure you can because I was offered Mandela tickets when I visited. If you go to the Melbourne Museum website you can book tickets and it looks like they are discounted 10% if... More
Hello, I don’t work for the Museum however I’m sure you can because I was offered Mandela tickets when I visited. If you go to the Melbourne Museum website you can book tickets and it looks like they are discounted 10% if you book by Ticketek website link on the page. Other wise you can buy on the day at the Museum.