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Museum of Sydney

Bridge St &, Phillip St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

Introduction of Museum of Sydney

Museum of Sydney is located in downtown Sydney, capital of New South Wales, at the junction of Bridge Street (Bridge St) and Philip Street (Phillip St), near Circular Quay.

Museum of Sydney was founded in 1995, formerly Australia's first Governor's House, the residence of Arthur Philip (Arthur Phillip), then the first Governor of New South Wales, and is now part of the old yellow brick wall of the museum. The museum is part of the Governor's Tower Project, which, in addition to serving as a museum for public display, protects the remains of the site on the site.

Museum of Sydney is a modern museum with rich contents and distinct levels. The museum aims to track back the origin of the city, explore the history of the city and show all aspects of the city. Museums record the whole process of Sydney Australia's largest city from scratch, focusing on the display of human, regional and cultural knowledge from the old golden age to modern Sydney. Museums often change exhibitions and activities, and permanent exhibitions complement each other.

Museum of Sydney also collected ancient fossils of fish, birds, insects and so on, so that visitors can understand the natural history of Australia.

A souvenir shop (MOS Shop) in the museum is dedicated to the sale of Australian architecture, history and cultural books, and tourist souvenirs with a design sense.

Museum of Sydney design includes three main elements: square, sculpture and architecture. To the west of the square is a set of sculptures called "The Edge of the Wood (Edge of the Trees)", which comes from a portrait of the indigenous people peering from the trees at the landing of the European colonists from the seaside, representing the initial dialogue between the two cultures; a glass house overhanging outside the building at the northeast corner of the museum's third floor, where people can not only overlook the square, but also view the sparkling sea, wharf and the Sydney Opera House (Sydney Opera House) not far away.


Tickets:

  • Admission: Adult :$15, Family (2 big 2 small or 1 big 3 small):$38


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Australia - New South Wales
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Attraction - Museum
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(02) 9251 5988
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