Melbourne Museum 3.5 rating

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Housed in a Post-Modern building designed by Denton Corker Marshall Architects in Carlton Gardens, the Melbourne Museum explores Australian social history, indigenous cultures, science and natural history. The '600 Million Years' exhibition traces the origin of life and evolution in Victoria, from primeval bryozoans and cephalopods through dinosaurs and Archaeopteryx to modern animals in the 'Science and Life Gallery'. The Forest Gallery enclosure recreates a living temperate Victorian forest environment, complete with trees and waterfalls, birds, fish, and reptiles. The Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre is dedicated to the local Koorie people of Victoria, with exhibitions about the Aboriginals. There are several other interesting displays, such as the legendary Australian racehorse Phar Lap, and Pygmy Blue Whale skeleton. The IMAX theatre in the complex presents 3D documentaries.

Melbourne Museum and Nearby Attractions on Map

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Eureka Tower

Eureka Tower(2.1 km)
Rising 297.

Old Melbourne Gaol

Old Melbourne Gaol(0.8 km)
The Old Melbourne Gaol is a museum on the site of the former prison that was operational from 1845 to 1929.

Block Arcade

Block Arcade(1.6 km)
The Block Arcade is a heritage shopping arcade in Melbourne's CBD that takes you back in time to the 19th century.

Southbank Melbourne

Southbank Melbourne(3.1 km)
Southbank is the area on the south bank of the Yarra River in Melbourne, stretching 1.

Royal Arcade

Royal Arcade(1.6 km)
The Royal Arcade is the oldest surviving shopping arcade in Australia, dating back to 1870.

Melbourne City Centre

Melbourne City Centre(1.6 km)
Melbourne City Centre or the CBD refers to the area in which Melbourne was originally established in 1835, bound by Spencer Street to the west, Spring Street to the east, Grattan Street, Queen Victoria Market and La Trobe Street in the north, and Flinders Street to the south.

National Gallery of Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria(2.1 km)
The National Gallery of Victoria is Australia's oldest and most visited art museum, with a collection of over 70,000 works of art spread over 2 locations - NGV Australia at the Ian Potter Centre in Federation Square houses the Australian art collection, and the Grounds' building on St.

State Library of Victoria

State Library of Victoria(1 km)
The State Library of Victoria in Melbourne is the central library of Victoria, housing over 2 million books and 16,000 serials.

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