Museum of Sydney
The Museum of Sydney sits on one of Sydney’s most interesting sites. Built by Richard Johnson of Denton Corker Marshal The Museum is on the site of Australia’s first Government House and preserves the remaining foundations of the house. It also marks the site of the first contact between British colonisers and the first Australians, the Cadigal people.
The Museum of Sydney displays models of the First Fleet, archaeological remains of the First Government House and intriguing objects uncovered over several digs on the site.
Location: Corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney, NSW 2000
Contact: 02 9251 5988
Hours: Daily 9.30am – 5pm | Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day