The 80 m tall Clifton Hill Shot Tower stands out in the skyline, resembling a soaring red chimney. It was used for the production of lead shot from 1882 to 1947.
Nearest Transit: Clifton Hill (Line: South Morang and Hurstbridge)
Clifton Hill Shot Tower and Nearby Attractions on Map
Melbourne Museum(1.9 km)
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.
National Sports Museum(2.8 km)
The National Sports Museum, located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground, is dedicated to Australian sporting heritage.
Fitzroy Gardens(2.5 km)
The Fitzroy Gardens have acres of breathtakingly beautiful scenery, with sprawling grass, ornamental shrubs, tall old trees, fountains and a creek.
St Patricks Cathedral(2.2 km)
City Museum Melbourne(2.5 km)
The City Museum traces the history of Melbourne, from the early explorations of John Batman through the Victorian Gold Rush of the mid 19th century to the modern day bustling city it has become.
Fire Services Museum(2.1 km)
Located in the old head office of the Melbourne Fire Brigade, the Fire Services Museum of Victoria showcases Australia's largest collection of fire-fighting memorabilia, comprising over 10,000 fire-related artifacts including fire-fighting vehicles, fire appliances, helmets, uniforms, badges, models, personnel histories, old memorabilia and photographs.
Scots Church(3 km)
St Michaels Uniting Church(2.9 km)
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