Museums & Galleries
Sydney is home to a truly eclectic collection of museums and galleries that showcase everything from world-famous works of arts and ancient artefacts to controversial modern art pieces. Our museums and galleries are the place to go if you want to get a sense of how Sydney developed from a convict settlement to a bustling city.
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The Australian Museum is one of Sydney’s leading cultural attractions and a hub of information, education, resources and research.
The Australian National Maritime Museum is the best place to learn about Australia's sea-faring history. Please note the Hop on Hop off bus stop for this attraction is stop 19 not 11, as noted in the printed version of What's On in Sydney July-Oct 12
Enjoy the stunning architecture of Sydney's famous places by night.
“Eye Witness” is the most recent exhibition from award winning, British-Australian artist Laura Matthews.
The Hyde Park Barracks Museum is a fascinating exploration of Sydney's convict past.
Step into the dark side of Sydney’s past with a visit to a historic police and court building that once imposed authority on Sydney’s unruly waterfront
The Museum of Sydney sits on the site of Australia’s first Government House. At the museum you will meet our city’s first people, inspect models of the First Fleet ships and peer at the archaeological remains of first Government House.
Back by popular demand, ERTH’s Australian Dinosaur Australovenator will roam Centennial Park on Saturday 15 August 2015 as the key attraction of Centennial Parklands' Science in the Swamp event.
The State Library of NSW on Macquarie Street is a book-lover's dream, with world-class exhibitions, a modern cafe and book shop and a dynamic public events program.
Located in the heart of The Rocks, Susannah Place is a rare surviving example of a simple working-class terrace.