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We found great results, but some are outside St Kilda. Showing results in neighboring cities.
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Shrine of Remembrance Melbourne, Australia 3.1 km away
#1 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
... worth a visit a memorial to all those who have fought and or died as a result The crypt down the stairs houses museums respectfully displaying information and artefacts of WW1 and WW2 The balcony offers 360 views
One of Australia's great war museums, the Victorian Shrine of Remembrance is a must-see attraction and is key to understanding the Australian people.
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Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG) Melbourne, Australia 3.7 km away
#2 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
You can explore their tours and museums, the MCG Tour is an absolute must on any Melbourne visit.
We took in the MCG stadium tour and Sports museum... the tour was very relaxed and extremely informative... Rosie our guide was excellent (great personality) The Museum was great and quite interactive
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Jewish Museum of Australia
#1 of 3 Museums in St Kilda
Even as one who has been to MANY Jewish Museums, this one was impressive.
Really enjoyed visiting this small museum, packed with interesting information about the history of the Jewish people, Jewish life and Jewish immigration.
National Gallery of Victoria Melbourne, Australia 4.1 km away
#4 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Best museum I've ever been to (and I love museums), with a good mix of interactive exhibitions, modern and classic art.
This is one of my favourite Galleries/Museums, its always a pleasure to wander around, catch the new exhibitions and eat at the surprisingly good Cafe.
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Jewish Holocaust Centre Elsternwick, Australia 3.4 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Elsternwick
Melbourne has the largest Jewish Holocaust survivor community outside of Israel, I believe, and this museum is an excellent showcase for the horrors experienced during WWII.
Like our visit to Nagasaki bomb zero museum, this museum puts visual impact to the portions of history that are many times overlooked.
National Sports Museum Melbourne, Australia 4.4 km away
#5 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
I really enjoyed my trip and would thoroughly recommend to any cricket enthusiasts I also love museums so this was the perfect combination for me
I'm a retired museum director from the US, and I've been wowed by museums across Australia--good content, beautiful facilities, and great exhibition techniques.
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The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia Melbourne, Australia 4.6 km away
#6 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
The final part, the largest of the three, contained Van Gogh's paintings, collected from different museums of the world, which were arranged by the four seasons.
One of my favourite art museums
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Australian Centre for the Moving Image Melbourne, Australia 4.6 km away
#7 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Now that I am into arts and thoroughly enjoy museums I can say I enjoyed this one heaps.
One of the BEST museums we've ever been to
Immigration Museum Melbourne, Australia 4.6 km away
#9 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Most museums are a bit of this and a bit of that ... this museum is a bit different.
The Immigration Museum provided fascinating insights into Australian's immigration history and how it shaped Melbourne's history.
ArtVo Melbourne, Australia 6.3 km away
#3 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
ArtVo is definitely worth a visit, Melbourne is known for its quirky atmosphere and art and museums and this incorporates all of these in one!
Awesome Interactive Art Museum
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Old Treasury Building Melbourne, Australia 5.0 km away
#10 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Perhaps it could be linked to Museums Victoria like Science works and the Immigration Museum so it gets better promotion.
This free (!) museum gives you a brilliant introduction to the history of Melbourne and its relation to the gold mining as the main reason for the fast expansion in the nineteenth century.
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Federation Square Melbourne, Australia 4.6 km away
#12 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Best people watching, unusual architecture, restaurants, museums, giant outdoor TV with lounge chairs central to all public transportation and shopping...don't get too comfortable here and remember to visit the re...
Meant to celebrate Australia's Federation, it has grown into a great gathering spot in the middle of the city...with plenty of seating, outdoor videos with lawn chairs, nearby museums and eating places!!
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The Johnston Collection Melbourne, Australia 4.9 km away
#13 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
The themed display 'Animal Kingdom' at Fairhall houses e was my introduction to this amazing museum sitting unobtrusively in residential East Melbourne.
Well worth the time to explore this house museum and hear the history of Mr Johnston and his neo-classical collection of art and furniture.
Melbourne Museum Melbourne, Australia 6.1 km away
#8 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
This museum's exhibitions focus on showcasing the amazing collections and stories accumulated by Museums Victoria, centered around the sciences (particularly natural sciences!),
This museum is definitely a tribute to Melbourne and is up there with the best natural history museums around the world.
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Museum of Chinese Australian History Inc. Melbourne, Australia 5.4 km away
#11 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Fantastic museum offering rich history with plenty of cool items on display.
So do visit this wonderful museum and allow yourself plenty of time as it is truly fascinating.
Polly Woodside - Melbourne's Tall Ship Story Melbourne, Australia 4.4 km away
#14 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
In this part of the world these ships are rare, I though the Museum had done a great job, and the ship was a fascinating piece of history, When I was visiting there was a staff member on boarding doing a great job...
The visit to the museum (and ship) starts with a short video about the life of a seaman on such a ship.
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Justin Art House Museum Prahran, Australia 1.9 km away
#1 of 1 Museums in Prahran
They unpretentiously shared their ideas about the current exhibition and generally about collection, art, and museums.
This is the most delightful place owned by the passionately involved benefactors, Charles and Leah, who are ready to share every little detail about their living art museum.
Victoria Police Museum Melbourne, Australia 4.6 km away
#15 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Situated in the World Trade Center Building, docklands this small but informative museum has a wealth of police (and Victorian) history dating back to 1860 or so.
This museum has Dan Kelly and Steve Hart armour on display for free, its open during the week and housed in the old world trade centre building on the corner of Spencer st and Flinders st, they even have some inte...
Pumpkin Lane Art Gallery
#2 of 3 Museums in St Kilda
ArtYarramunua Art Gallery
#3 of 3 Museums in St Kilda
ANZ Bank Museum Melbourne, Australia 5.0 km away
#16 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
The ANZ Bank is to be congratulated for maintaining this fascinating museum; entry is gratis.
Fascinating museum in beautiful gothic bank
The National Opal Collection Melbourne, Australia 5.0 km away
#18 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
A museum and shop rich in various items related to Australian precious opal (the best in the world).
Kerrie Michele Maldon, Australia 2.3 km away
#4 of 5 Museums in Maldon
Monet Secret Garden Melboune Melbourne, Australia 3.3 km away
#28 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Persian Handcrafts Shop Yarra, Australia 2.4 km away
#10 of 14 Museums in Yarra
Melbourne Observatory Melbourne, Australia 3.0 km away
#36 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
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Melbourne Tram Museum Hawthorn, Australia 5.2 km away
#1 of 3 Museums in Hawthorn
.... visit the museum, then head into the city and ride the free city circle in a historic W Class tram and then end your day with the tramcar restaurant.
We went to the Melbourne tram museum one Saturday afternoon in early April and what a fantastic experience it was.
Australian Tapestry Workshop Melbourne, Australia 3.1 km away
#35 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Coveted by individuals, corporations and museums these tapestries are works of art.
Scienceworks Spotswood, Australia 8.2 km away
#1 of 2 Museums in Spotswood
Consider an annual membership as that also gets you into the Melbourne Museum and Immigration museum as well as Museums in other States.
[ Known for being an Autism - Friendly Museum ]: Scienceworks by its very nature is highly interactive & throughout the venue are busy areas where a mix of multi-media can produce a variety of sights & sounds.
Fire Services Museum of Victoria Melbourne, Australia 5.5 km away
#19 of 65 Museums in Melbourne
Loved visiting this museum, the ex fire fighters are are incredibly knowledgable and passionate.
The original Eastern Hill Fire Station museum chronicles the development of fire services in Melbourne & rural Victoria - and does it very well.