At Australian National Maritime Museum, you can discover explorers and navigators, climb aboard tall ships, inspect inside a submarine and a destroyer, and learn about naval history. An interesting visit for people of all age.
When to visit:
january - december
9:30 - 17:00 Everyday
Last boarding time for Vessels is 4:10pm
Australian National Maritime Museum is a federally operated maritime museum in Darling Harbour. Here you can explore stories about significant events and remarkable people, and browse through a rich and diverse range of vessels, photography and artefacts.
One can explore vessels ranging from war ships, submarine and tall ships. The indoor exhibition shows the history and heritage of Australia's maritime sector. The museum has one of the largest floating historical vessel collections in the world featuring - replica of Captain Cook’s HMB Endeavour - the former Navy destroyer HMAS Vampire - the former Navy patrol boat HMAS Advance - former Navy submarine HMAS Onslow
Visitors can climb aboard to explore life at sea.
Although Permanent Galleries tickets are free of cost, other exhibition ticket costs are:
JAMES CAMERON - CHALLENGING THE DEEP TICKETS: cost $20, for children it is free
AQUATIC IMAGINARIUM TICKETS: cost $12, for children it is free
BIG TICKET: All exhibitions and activities cost for Adults $32 and for children $20
How to Reach Train: 20 minute walk from Town Hall Station
Bus: Route 389 from Bondi Junction stops
Ferry: - F4 route from Circular Quay to Pyrmont Bay Wharf - F3 route to Barangaroo Wharf, a 20 minute walk across Pyrmont Bridge to the museum
Light Rail: L1 light rail from Central Station, or from Dulwich Hill through the inner west, to Pyrmont Bay stop, right across the road from the museum.