Well worth the visit and we had free entry on the day! Displays well arranged with good documentation all in a modern layout. In all great experience.
Easily a highlight in this city. The displays are engaging and interesting, you will definitely come away from this having learnt something. Be prepared to spend a few hours here though!
Not one to normally go to a museum but being an avid James Bond fan I had to go and see this one. It was fantastic walking thru the areas set up with the gadgets from Q Branch and costumes from the movies. Any one who is a James Bond admirer or a movie buff this one is a must... More
Title says it all. Even if you are not a hardcore Bond fan, just go to view the exhibit, as it is truly mind-blowing. They have obviously gone to a great deal of time and effort to assemble this collection and it's certainly money well spent. We must have killed at least two hours in the Bond exhibit and believe... More
We went for a while and ended up staying there all day. Paid the extra to see the James Bond collection which was fabulous and well worth the money. The must see though was the "Inside" exhibition about the children who ended up in Australia's orphanages and children's homes up to the early 70's. Everyone should see this exhibition. Yes,... More
We visited 2 days in a row so as not to miss anything...The James Bond exhibition was brilliant ( well worth the extra $$). The body and mind exhibits were awesome and the Dinosaurs must surely be a treat for children. A very informative selection of exhibits and I loved the story of Phar Lap. A very "child friendly" museum... More
We visited the museum with our 2 year old and he loved it. A special kids area with a variety of things to play with and look at. Our son loved the animals and exploring areas of the zoo. We also looked at the body exhibit and Melbourne story exhibit upstairs and found both interesting and informative. Well worth a... More
Nice layout for finger food with a difference from the norm. Great place for family and kids alike. Excellent dinosaurs, marine, insects, fossils displays, etc. Family friendly as we mingled with our food and visited the displays.
Visitors can spend many a happy hour here - thoroughly recommended if you're interested in science, natural history or evolution. But why is the magnificent building next door (built for Melbourne's 1880 World Exhibition) empty & out of use? Such a waste!
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