Australian Museum

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

The Australian Museum is Australia’s oldest museum having been devoted to natural history since it opened its doors in 1827. The museum is housed at 6 College Street, Sydney in an historic sandstone building. There is always a lot to see and do at the museum. It is a great place to learn more about the local indigenous Aboriginal people from the Sydney area specifically and throughout the entire continent, as well as to learn more about the settlement and colonisation of Australia. In addition, there are many visiting displays that show case various elements of Australian natural history and anthropology. Kids particularly like the range of dinosaur bones and skeletons that are on display at the museum. Whether you are a kid or a big kid, there is a lot of fascinating facts and history to be had with a visit to the museum.

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