The Melbourne Maritime Museum, now known as Polly Woodside, is focused on the eponymous Barque, a restored cargo vessel dating back to 1885 which is moored in an original wooden-walled dry dock. There are displays, artefacts and models of Polly Woodside. Also on site are a historic pump house and boiler room which were used for pumping water from the dry dock.
2A Clarendon St, Melbourne VIC 3006, Australia
Nearest Transit: Southern Cross (Line: City Loop)
+61 3 9699 9760
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