Melbourne Museum, the largest museum in the southern hemisphere. Inside the museum, you can fly from flower to flower like a bee, discover the new world from one cultural experience to another. You can immerse yourself in the wisdom of ancient civilizations, feel the novelty of technology, appreciate the beauty of art. You can talk to ancient civilizations, get close to nature, and shake hands with history.
This is one of the most enjoyable museum visit for me, with modern, interactive exhibits in a range of different halls that have been interestingly designed. Just the right amount in each section, not overloading of details and a variety of topics. Particularly impressive was the dinosaur fossils hall and the whale fossil in the entrance. I visited on a weekday, there were not too many tourists but sharing the place with school children.
Melbourne Museum located adjacent to the Royal Exhibition Building, it is the largest museum in the Southern Hemisphere.The museum was opened in 2000 as a project of the Government of Victoria, on behalf of Museums Victoria who administrates the venue.Melbourne museum is a rich response to Melbourne's urban condition, and provides a place for education, history, culture and society to engage with each other in a contemporary setting.It is now an important part of Melbourne's soft infrastructure and is consistently ranked as one of the most popular museums and tourist attractions in Australia, winning 'Best Tourist Attraction' at the Australian Tourism Awards in 2011.
Displays and exhibitions are detailed and realistic, many of which are interactive. The Museum is ideal for both the curious child and learned adult, making it perfect for day out for the family. Don't miss seasonal exhibitions (the most recent one being Jurassic World which was very impressive). Be prepared to spend at least 2 to 3 hours to fully enjoy what the museum has to offer. They also have a cafe and souvenir shop.Tip: It gets really busy (sometimes chaotic!) during the school holidays so try a weekday morning during off-peak seasons for a more relaxed experience.
The place is the most popular exhibition of different forests, animals and the first human in Australian land. In my personal view, I love those showing things, especially there is a IMAX cinema at the ground floor, which is showed about natural things. That is so cool! I saw the Giant at there, it was so amazing! Although ye, you need to pay for the ticket, just trust me, u won't regret.