Popular Exhibition Halls Attractions in Oceania

Museum of Sydney
Sydney·Australia
4.6/5
119 Reviews
Museum
Museum of Sydney 37 Phillip St, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
Auckland War Memorial Museum
Auckland·New Zealand
4.5/5
245 Reviews
Museum
Checking out towering dinosaur remains, witnessing the goose-bump inducing Maori Haka dance, discovering the inner workings of volcanoes, and visiting an armory complete with everything from Samurai swords to machine guns already sounds like a pretty full day; but that’s only scratching the surface of what New Zealand’s most important museum has on display. Permanent exhibits cover the People of the Pacific, the NZ war memorial, and exhibits on the country’s land and natural history. Temporary exhibits have featured everything from rugby to Egyptian Tombs, to the axe of Sir Edmund Hillary. The museum is located in the Auckland Domain. Admission is a $10 donation, unless you’re an Aucklander or happen to be there on ANZAC Day, in which case, your visit is free!
Art Gallery of New South Wales
Sydney·Australia
4.6/5
172 Reviews
Art Gallery
The Art Gallery of New South Wales (AGNSW), situated in The Domain in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, was set up in 1897 and is the most vital public display in Sydney and the fourth biggest in Australia. Admission is free to the general show space, which shows Australian (from settlement to contemporary), European and Asian workmanship. The display has a broad gathering of British Victorian workmanship, for example, Lord Frederic Leighton and Sir Edward John Poynter; littler property of Dutch, French and Italian painters of the sixteenth, seventeenth and eighteenth hundreds of years, for example, Peter Paul Rubens, Canaletto, Agnolo Bronzino, Domenico Beccafumi and Niccolo dell'Abbate.
Shrine of Remembrance
Melbourne·Australia
4.2/5
132 Reviews
Memorial Hall
The National War Memorial of Victoria is a stunning tribute to the Australians who have served in armed conflicts. Its monuments and gardens were first dedicated in 1934, but has changed over the years, and regularly contains new exhibitions. A visit on Remembrance Day (November 11th) is a particularly touching experience: at exactly 11 am, the Ray of Light shines through the roof onto the Stone of Remembrance, illuminating the word "love."
National Gallery of Victoria
Melbourne·Australia
4.6/5
177 Reviews
Art Gallery
For art fans visiting Australia, the National Gallery of Victoria needs to be at the top of your list of attractions to visit. Founded in 1861, the national gallery is the oldest public art museum in Australia. The collections features a wide range of examples of art history; from early indigenous art to current day multi-media art work. The museum also features kids friendly programming to open the world of art to them. The museum also houses a art related store, and multiple eateries that you can sit back and rest after a long day.
Melbourne Museum
Melbourne·Australia
4.5/5
210 Reviews
Museum
Go back in time and learn about the fascinating history of life in Victoria and the world at large at the Melbourne Museum. Take a ride back to the 1890s in a restored Luna Park Big Dipper carriage, view over 170 artifacts and relief sculptures from the Wonders of Ancient Mesopotamia and see how Victoria has evolved over the last 600 Million years. Reconnect with nature and observe the amazing world of insects with over 100 live species, view the delicate beauty of the deep marine ecosystem and take a walk in an authentically Victorian rain forest and unravel its hidden secrets. These wonders of the world and more await you daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Canterbury Museum
Christchurch·New Zealand
4.4/5
128 Reviews
Museum
Located in the heart of Christchurch, the Canterbury Museum has an elegant European-style exterior that displays the history of the Canterbury region and the treasures of the Eurasian region. You can learn not only about Maori culture and art, but also many about the Antarctic. exhibition. In addition, the third floor also has a discovery center for children, which is very suitable for parent-child activities. Through various interesting interactive facilities, children can learn about natural history.
Australian Museum
Sydney·Australia
4.6/5
193 Reviews
Museum
The Australian Museum basically is an exceptionally prominent exhibition hall in Australia, for various reasons, one of them being that it really is the most established historical center in all of Australia, with a world popular notoriety in the fields of really natural history and human sciences. It particularly highlights accumulations of vertebrate and invertebrate zoology, too of shows that traverse over different branches of science. The exhibition hall was established in the year of 1827 and was initially secretly financed for upkeep. Today it contains an amazingly differing gathering of shows that are certain to intrigue pretty much anybody.

Exhibition Halls in Oceania

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