The Australian Maritime Museum, which has been reopened about a month or two after tens of millions of renovations, is free to enter, as long as it is registered online. Take a look at this free time. Visited on the retired warships, it was a bit late, and it was close by to think about the next few pirate ships. Only to return next time.
Admission TicketsFrom AU$23.76
We were lucky enough to stop here on the day we visited and were able to walk inside and sometimes climb up to the deck which was an eye opener for our children as it was all alive and the best history. I visited here with my 5 year old and had a great time. We came mainly to see the submarine ( HMS ONSLOW). There are also many battleships to explore. I felt it was interesting to be able to learn what life was like on the boat
An area of Australia that introduces the country's maritime content, the environment of the maritime museum is quite huge, the national level museum has a lot of good-looking facilities, Australia's sea area is also very large.
The meaning of shipping to Sydney made the building of the museum become inevitable. Museum, which opened in 1991, the museum exhibition project as many as thousands of species, the content is multifarious, visitors can see the beach early fashionable amorous feelings, immigration sail travels, a Sydney man how to build the world''s fastest in its backyard, the ship''s interesting show, also can see the criminals in the ship''s life, at the same time can understand why the surfboard is getting shorter, or play a high-tech computer games to play, here at the museum of the theater to watch a movie.
Very enjoyable afternoon spent here. The ticket includes entry into a couple of ships and a submarine as well as the museum itself.
The Australian National Maritime Museum has several retired ships, including some from the military, which you can see from the outside. I wasn't so much interested on the inside.
A great maritime museum. The highlights is the chance to board the real thing. A full replica of the Endeavour, a destroyer and a submarine. Be warned...little people will run excitedly everywhere here.