It is said that it used to be a coal-fired factory. Now it has been abandoned and turned into a museum. It will show many scientific principles. It is a paradise for children. Children are free of charge, but for adults it is about 15 Australian dollars. The cafe at the entrance is now closed. It's very close to Harbour City. Come by light rail. There's a special pillow. It's only about ten minutes from here to the Central Railway Station along Harris Road.
Located in the center of Sydney, the Motivation Museum of Sydney is a very unique museum, which is very popular with adults and children. There are a lot of interactive projects that are fun to teach. It's worthwhile to show you the sources of motivation, cartoon images, and projects that can participate in interaction.
Sydney's Power Museum is a very unique alternative museum. It mainly shows some future power design. It's very strange and imaginative. This place is very popular with children, because there are many interactive projects that children can participate in. It is very good to teach and enjoy.
Motivation Museum has many collections, the main part of which is related to the development of power. By showing people how the world has changed production and life under the impetus of power, it can promote the development of all walks of life in the world. Other collections are more about science and technology and science, which is very interesting and knowledgeable. In particular, there are many can be manual experience, better deepen learning. It is suitable for people of all ages to visit.
The power Museum mainly exhibits steam power series (locomotives, machines, etc.), communication series, space series, design series, etc. Through operation, we can feel the core scientific principles. DC comics at Powerhouse Museum Lego Building Block Art Exhibition. Eyeful animation heroes, very addictive! Superman, Batman, Wonderwoman, Flash, the Justices and so on.
This museum is a the science museum of Sydney. The things I remember most about it are large Watt engine they had on display and the surprisingly in-depth section they had on space exploration. In addition to a large amount of memorabilia that I did not expect a museum in Sydney to have (several cosmonaut exposure suits, among other things), there was a rotating room that tried to recreate the feeling of being in part of the ISS.