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Victoria, Australia

Museums & exhibitions

Our most recommended Victoria, Australia Museums & Exhibitions

Melbourne: MCG and Australian Sports Museum Guided Tour

1. Melbourne: MCG and Australian Sports Museum Guided Tour

Experience the highlights of the Melbourne Cricket Ground on a tour including a visit to the famous MCC Long Room, the players’ changing rooms, the cricketers' viewing room, and the Ron Casey Media Centre. After your guided a walk through the arena, take in the Cricket Victoria Bill Lawry Centre, and head to the Melbourne City Terrace for views of the stunning skyline.   Next, visit the all-new Australian Sports Museum for a truly memorable experience. This isn’t your typical museum: it’s an exciting, interactive, and ever-changing experience where the latest technology has been used to create immersive exhibits and galleries.

Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne General Admission

2. Legoland Discovery Centre Melbourne General Admission

Booking online is the only way to guarantee entry at any given time-slot, as tickets are limited. Enjoy access to 12 attractions inside Legoland! These include: • MiniLand • Lego 4D cinema • Kingdom Quest • Merlins apprentice ride • Lego factory tour • Lego creative workshop • Lego city fire academy • Lego racers build and test • Duplo farm • Earthquake tables • Lego friends • Lego shop Tuck into a tasty, freshly-made sandwich or salad at the cafe. Unwind with a latte or indulge in an ice-cream treat.

Melbourne: SEA LIFE and LEGOLAND Double Attraction Pass

3. Melbourne: SEA LIFE and LEGOLAND Double Attraction Pass

Save big on family fun as you visit two action-packed attractions for less. With a combination package, get tickets to both SEA LIFE Melbourne and LEGOLAND Discovery Centre. Visit SEA LIFE Melbourne to pick up your passes and journey through the aquarium, one of Melbourne's top attractions. You'll encounter some of the world's most incredible animals. Get up close to playful penguins, huge sharks, massive sawfish, majestic stingrays, beautiful seahorses, thousands of tropical fish, and much more. Next, visit the LEGOLAND Discovery Centre, located in Chadstone Shopping Centre about 17km from SEA LIFE Melbourne. At LEGOLAND, you’ll see many of your favorite Lego characters and interact with them as you walk through the discovery center. Tickets can be redeemed in either order with LEGOLAND first or with SEA LIFE first.

From Sydney: Canberra Day Tour

4. From Sydney: Canberra Day Tour

Explore Australia's capital city from Sydney as you enter a new state, leaving New South Wales for the day. A morning tea stop (not included) en route will allow you to stretch your legs and visit a country town before arriving at the ultra-modern Capital. Join a guided tour of the New Parliament House and feel the might and privilege of Australian democracy through this architectural masterpiece costing $1.1 billion. From the inner halls of power to walking on the roof, this is an amazing building. Break for lunch (not included) before choosing where to spend your free time: The National Museum of Australia is controversial and popular, Australia's most modern museum has won national awards with its interactive mix of exhibits and displays highlighting Australia's diverse history and culture. This tour allows time at Floriade between September to October each year. Australia's biggest and most popular flower festival. Canberra's Commonwealth Park is transformed into a tapestry of colour with more than a million bulbs and annuals in bloom at this month-long festival. Rejoin the group for a time of reflection as you discover the legends of Gallipoli, the ANZACs, the sacrifices and losses suffered by Australians in past wars fought around the world at the Australian War Memorial. Drive past Yarralumla for a close look at the many national embassies, each one unique and designed to reflect aspects of the country's culture. Stop for 360 degree views over the capital city from Mount Ainslie and see how this city was well designed. Return to Sydney and enjoy a dinner stop (not included).

Melbourne: Australian Sports Museum Admission Ticket

5. Melbourne: Australian Sports Museum Admission Ticket

Discover Australia through the lens of sport at the new Australian Sports Museum, located at Gate 3 of the Melbourne Cricket Ground. This is no ordinary museum, with interactive experiences for all to enjoy. Here you’ll find touchscreens instead of do not touch signs, and climbable statues for the kids to play on.   Immerse yourself in the wonders of sporting moments with the largest collection of grassroots to elite sporting memorabilia. While kids kick a football at the interactive Game On!, you are invited to expect the unexpected, just like sport itself.   Exhibits featured in the museum include: the Olympics Gallery, Australian Gallery of Sport and Olympic Museum, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Australian Football Gallery, Victorian Racing Gallery, Melbourne Cricket Club Museum, and the Game On! interactive gallery for visitors of all ages.

Melbourne: Penguin Passport Experience at SEA LIFE

6. Melbourne: Penguin Passport Experience at SEA LIFE

Enjoy a once-in-a-life encounter with sub-Antarctic penguins with your SEA LIFE Penguin Passport.  Join keepers behind-the-scenes to learn more about the penguins and see how the colony is cared for. Put on some Antarctic snow gear for a 45-minute journey onto the ice to sit with some King and Gentoo penguins.  Visit the food preparation and veterinary areas, learn how the state-of-the-art exhibit maintains its sub-zero temperatures; and see first-hand the high standards of attention and care the animals receive.  Make the most of the rest of the day with all-day access to the rest of SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium.

Melbourne: Private Sports Precinct and MCG Tour With Lunch

7. Melbourne: Private Sports Precinct and MCG Tour With Lunch

Begin your tour in the heart of the city and stroll along the Yarra River learning about the history of Melbourne's sporting culture, its teams and world class venues. Within 200m of the city centre enter the sporting precinct, home to Rod Laver Arena and Melbourne Park, site of the Australian Open tennis grand slam, hearing about Australia's rich tennis heritage, as well as training centres and arenas of top flight teams across soccer, rugby league, rugby union and Australian Rules football. Melbourne hosted the 1956 Olympics, the first city in the Southern Hemisphere, and its indelible print still resonates to this day in what is known as the Olympic Park precinct. Complete your tour with a private MCG experience, lunching in one of the Melbourne-themed cafes before joining your private guide for a 75min MCG tour

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What people are saying about Victoria, Australia

Experience was great to see the inside of MCG. Always seen it on TV and been there for games. Excellent venue with great history behind it. Value for money recommend anyone thinking of doing it shouldn't think twice..

Our Guide Barrie was great! He was very knowledgeable with everything and was able to answer all our questions. The museum was also great, but you need a few hours to really get through it all.

This was a excellent tour of what goes on behind the scenes at the MCG recommend it for all ages 10 out of 10

Tour was great for all ages. Could spend several hours in museum - excellent value for money.

A great experience walking out in the MCG grounds and hearing the history of the stadium.