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Australian Museum General Entry Ticket

Sydney, Australia

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Delve into the extensive natural history and anthropology collections of the Australian Museum, the first museum to be established in Australia. Your admission ticket takes you into the internationally heralded museum that preserves more than 18 million items inside a massive colonial building located across from Hyde Park. Walk through halls that contain indigenous artifacts, dinosaur skeletons, rare minerals and fossils, and megafauna such as giant wombats that once roamed the continent. Younger children can explore fun educational exhibits, making it a great excursion for all ages.  
  • General admission ticket to the Australian Museum in Sydney
  • Admire the architecture of the Australian Museum's colonial-era building
  • Learn about the history and culture of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders in the Indigenous Australia exhibit
  • Experience the Planet of Minerals gallery and capture the geological richness of the Australian Outback.
  • See rare rocks and learn how they are formed in the minerals collection
  • Marvel at giant creatures that once lived on the continent, including a kangaroo with fangs and the Tasmanian tiger
  • Bring the kids to see interactive exhibits and activities designed for the younger set
Special exhibitions may incur an additional entry fee
Hotel pickup and drop-off
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Departure Point

Australian Museum, 1 William St, Sydney, New South Wales 2010 Australia

Departure Time

9/1/2020 - 3/31/2021
Monday - Sunday:09:30 AM - 05:00 PM
Your ticket can be used anytime during the Australian Museum’s regular operating hours. Take your time to explore the exhibits, which are spread throughout three floors in the handsome colonial building, which was built in 1827.

The First Australians galleries showcase exhibits about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders, featuring artifacts from various places in Australia. Learn how indigenous people make canoes, spear fish, and see examples of jewelry and sculptures from New South Wales.

Then step back in the mists of time in the Surviving Australia gallery, which showcases the wildest wildlife. See skeletons of enormous creatures that stomped around the continent, such as kangaroos with fangs or massive echidnas. Come face to face with live animals that may include baby crocodiles, lizards, and a python, then hear about recently extinct critters such as the Tasmanian tiger. Learn how Australia’s notoriously deadly creatures hunt and catch their prey.

Find out which rare objects are currently on display in The Long Gallery, where exhibits are created from the museum’s vast collections, which are too large to be on view all at once. You can also learn about the scientific research conducted by the museum.

Refreshments, gifts and indigenous artworks are available for purchase at shops located in the museum.
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Please note, the museum is closed for Renovations September 2020. Arrive at the Australian Museum at a time that suits you — your ticket is valid anytime the museum is open and includes entrance to the permanent exhibits. Three floors house some of the more than 18 million items in the museum’s collection, including priceless fossils and unusual artifacts. The minerals collection alone holds more than 53,000 specimens from Australia and abroad. In the Surviving Australia exhibition, marvel at massive animals that once roamed Australia, including giant wombats and echidnas. See live animals such as a baby freshwater crocodile, a python, and lizards; then find out how the most dangerous creatures hunt their prey. The Indigenous Australians and Garrigarrang Sea Country exhibits provides an in-depth look at the Aboriginals and Torres Strait Islanders, which are widely considered the world’s oldest living cultures. The exhibit was updated in 2015 with a focus on the history, culture and political struggles of these groups. This popular exhibit combines firsthand narratives with a selection of original artifacts from the museums extensive collection to showcase what it means to be an Indigenous Australian. Need a break? Enjoy great views from the rooftop cafe, and a menu with snacks, sandwiches, hot dishes, coffee and other drinks for purchase. The gift shop sells a range of educational toys, jewelry and works made by local Indigenous artists.
Admission Ticket Included
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • OPERATED BY Australian Museum

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  • This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different date or a full refund.

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What is the maximum group size during Australian Museum General Entry Ticket?
This activity will have a maximum of 9 travelers.

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I chose a Sunday to go, bad idea...
Mike C
, Sep 2016
I chose a Sunday to go, bad idea. Full of screaming children, Not my idea of a good time. Overall the place is huge! It was amazing to walk through the short time I was there. The variety of different displays was beyond anything I expected.It was just a short walk from my hotel. I would love to go again and choose a day where the children may be in school to truly take the time and stop and read the plaques.
excellent Aboriginis exhibit! That...
Jane Harmes H
, Mar 2016
excellent Aboriginis exhibit! That is what we wanted to see. The Australian government finally apologized for its earlier treatment of The Aborigines.

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