Australian National Maritime Museum
The centre of Australia’s maritime collections, exhibitions, research and archaeology – The Australian National Maritime museum has contributed greatly to protecting sea-faring culture and history. Built more than 25 years ago, the Museum sits in Darling Harbour, one of the busiest tourist precincts in the country and the perfect place for the whole family. With a constantly evolving program of interactive, stimulating and educational exhibitions/events, it’s no wonder the museum welcomes over 850,000 visitors annually. Come and see the renowned replica of Captain Cook’s HMB Endeavour or see the new ‘Sea Monsters’ exhibition debuting in September – don’t worry they don’t really exist… anymore.
2 Murray St, Sydney. 9298 3777. www.sea.museum