Visit The National Museum of Australia

The National Museum of Australia

The National Museum of Australia is a must-see destination for tourists visiting the Australian Capital Territory (ACT).​

The museum offers a comprehensive look at the history and culture of Australia, through interactive exhibits and displays that are both informative and engaging. The museum's collection is diverse and covers a wide range of topics, including Indigenous history, Australian settlement, and social and cultural history.

One of the highlights of the museum is the First Australians gallery which presents the history and culture of Australia's Indigenous peoples. The museum also has a dedicated gallery for the Australian continent's history and the impact of European settlement and also the exhibition of the Australian's way of living, customs and traditions.

The museum's architecture and design are also noteworthy, with the striking building set against the backdrop of Lake Burley Griffin. The museum's location is also convenient, being located within easy walking distance of other Canberra landmarks such as the Parliament House and the National Gallery of Australia.

Overall, the National Museum of Australia is a must-visit destination for anyone interested in learning more about Australia's history and culture. The museum offers a great blend of information and entertainment, making it an enjoyable experience for visitors of all ages.

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