Let me recommend Captain Cook's cabin. This is a real cottage, simple, simple, even rough, with sloping roof tiling, stone wall, dark brown reflects the ancient vicissitudes. James Cook was born in England in 1728. Later, it was shipped to Melbourne by sea from Britain and then formed as it was. So it's worth going.
By the way, we can see that there aren't many exhibits in the room and there aren't many people. The buildings outside are good.
The environment is comfortable and pleasant. It suits a large family very well.
Although the museum is small, there will be many very novel displays in it.
There are many museums in Melbourne, big and small.
The museum itself is not very big. There are not many visitors here, so I can enjoy them slowly.