National Museum of Australia
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We share stories of Australia and Australians, exploring key issues, events and people that have shaped the nation.
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The National Museum Of Australia tells the stories of Australia's social history. It's unique and distinctive land, nation and people through exhibitions, events, education resources, technology and collections of art and artefacts.
Perfect for families looking to keep the kids entertained or anyone looking to get a taste of Australian life, history & culture. General admission is free. The current special exhibition is Rome: City and Empire, this is on until the 3rd February.
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“Magnificent collection full of interest and variety. Go for the Aboriginal artwork, Asian collection and sculpture garden by the lake.”
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“Each day at 4.55pm AEST, you can absorb the powerful and sombre Last Post Ceremony at the Australian War Memorial. Each ceremony honours one of the 62,000 who gave their lives in service. You are also welcome to lay wreaths and floral tributes beside the Pool of Reflection.”
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“Great place to take the whole family to learn and have a fun hands on experience about science”
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“NPGA is a must see cultural Institution whilst your in Canberra. Its free to attend and is amazing”
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