The Melbourne Museum It is the largest museum in Australia and from the entire southern hemisphere. It is situated in the state of Victory, in the Carlton Gardens.
It is a very entertaining museum especially for children, as they will find many activities to do, such as: touching dinosaur bones, knowing about the indigenous culture, seeing the oldest computer in the world and learning a lot about the wonders of the nature of the country , animals and humans.
It has a permanent collection of 8 galleries and presents more than 20 exhibitions. Highlights include the Bunkilaka Aboriginal Center, the Museum of Science, Body and Mind, the Children’s Museum, exhibitions about evolution and much more.
Highlights of the museum are a huge skeleton of a blue whale, the Phar Lap racehorse, the IMAX theater. International exhibitions are presented at the Touring Hall.
In the Bunkilaka Aboriginal Center you will be able to get to know the aboriginal culture of the state of Victoria better. There are art objects and live presentations.
The IMAX cinema, is the largest cinema in the world, has an 8-story high screen. They are presented from documentaries to the most recent films, which you can watch in 2D or 3D.
This is the address of the Melbourne Museum:
Nicholson Street, Carlton, Melbourne
Your phone +61 3 8341 7777 (International)
The museum opens from Monday to Sunday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Close its doors on Good Friday and Christmas. Admission is 5 euros for adults, children enter free. Keep in mind that the vast majority of exhibits are paid separately.
You can visit their website Melbourne Museum, you will find information related to the events and exhibitions that are held in the museum.