We spent an afternoon visiting this museum, and I admit that I was a little indifferent. Many animal specimens, but not many collections related to human civilization. I hope to see more information about indigenous people. Maybe I didn't do enough strategy in advance to know that this might not be the place we need to go. I am very happy to visit, the price is similar to my expectations.
The Australian Museum was built in 1827 and is Australia’s largest natural history museum. The first floor of the entrance mainly introduces the early history of Australia, and the other floors upstairs display many animal specimens, ranging from whale bones to dinosaur fossils. In addition, the museum also has exhibits of various minerals. If you have plenty of time, you can carefully look at the various exhibits, but it takes two or three hours to walk through the flowers.
The museum is free from now until mid-February! Happened to catch up! Although it doesn't look very big! It will be enough to watch for a long time! There are many animal specimens in it, from small worms to elephant specimens! And astronomy! Human science! It's simply a living textbook! There is a children’s activity area where you can get your hands on those shark tooth skeletons!
The museum in Western Australia is a free attraction, there are three floors in it, the first floor exhibits have been after me for a morning, and the exhibits are classified into fine, in the second floor is some large animals specimens!
The place is very good for our son that he can learn more about the historical of western Australia.
Quite nice museum. Very well kept. Lots of boutiques
The area of the museum is small, and the collections may be far inferior to many national museums, but its unique charm and original taste envelop the whole museum with a sense of mystery.