Melbourne Museum The Melbourne Museum is one of the great museums in Australia and certainly a Melbourne City Landmark. Displays and Exhibits range from pre dinosaurs to the evolution of man and mind as well as the history of Victoria and Australia. Melbourne Museum.
Melbourne Royal Exhibition Building: The spectacular exhibition building located next to the Melbourne Museum in the Carlton Gardens. Year round exhibitions happen here, from the latest and hottest automobiles, travel, homewares to xylophones. Melbourne Exhibition Hall.
Eastern Hill Fire Station and Museum: Built in 1891, the Fire Station is not only the main fire station for the city, but also houses a collection of restored fire appliances, memorabilia and international firefighting garments. Fire Services Museum Victoria.
Parliament of Victoria: You can visit here and watch the Parliament in action.
Greek Precinct: Located on Lonsdale Street between Russell and Swanston streets, for an excellent collection of Greek Restaurants.
Bennets Lane Jazz Club: Live venue for much of the best jazz music on offer in Melbourne. Lots of changing gigs with featured artists and bands.
Dallas Brooks Centre: Popular Venue for concerts, meetings, conventions, exhibitions and banquets.
Parliament Train Station: See the Train Stations Map.
Fitzroy has art galleries, studios and specialist bookshops. There are also art galleries, trendy boutiques and antique stores to explore. You will also find plenty of restaurants and bars to keep you entertained, making Fitzroy an arty suburb.
In the city’s many nooks, crannies and laneways, you can find restaurants, clubs, bars and art galleries. Melbourne Lanes and Allyways.
About the many and frequent tram services in Melbourne: Melbourne Trams.
Victoria being a compact state, other worthwhile places to visit include:
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