Sydney Maritime Museum
The Australian National Maritime Museum presents Australia
's naval history from the ancient times when Aboriginal people, used to trap fish and traded it with the Asian neighbors, right up to the modern time.
You can board on a real submarine, a real destroyer or on Captain Cook's Endeavor replica.
There are also hands-on exhibits, a cinema and the latest museum computer games.
Also on display is Australia
II, winner of the 1983 America's Cup; the famous World War II commando boat Krait; a Vietnamese refugee boat and many more...
Maybe not the best value for money, Australian Maritime Museum will help you understand better the Australian history.
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How to get there
Public transport to Town Hall
Station and walk towards Pyrmont Bridge in Darling Harbour
, or if you have too much money, you can catch the Sydney Monorail
from Townhall to Darling Harbour
2 Murray Street
Darling Harbour Sydney NSW 2000
Ph: 61 (0)2 9298 3777
Web site: Australian Maritime Museum - Sydney
Hours of Operation
Standard opening hours are 9.30 AM to 5.00 PM daily seven days a week. Closed on Christmas