Places in the city of Melbourne to go map. East City.
Major attractions are in this part of the city.
A grand old dame of Victoria, the Princess Theatre has a marble staircase and domed mansard roofs. Built in 1854, the theatre has three levels with a capacity of 1500 patrons.
Restored to its former glory in 1989, the theatre has held many international musicals here as well as other shows.
163 Spring Street, Melbourne
Ph +61 3 9299 9800
Fitzroy Gardens, another large park within the city’s inner city, has a beautiful conservatory as well as places designed for kids enjoyment, including the Model Tudor Village.
Linking Smith Street and Brunswick Streets, the Gertrude St. Precinct includes bars and restaurants. The historical pubs here date from a past era of Melbourne. There is a growing collection of galleries, boutiques and vintage wares shops.
Indeed, here you can find some of Melbourne’s best eateries, reflecting its diverse cultural background.
The Comedy Theatre is a 1003-seat theatre in Melbourne’s East End Theatre District, located at 240 Exhibition Street. Built in 1928 designed after a Florentine Palace, in the Spanish style, complete with wrought-iron balconies.
A lot more than comedy plays here. Famous plays have included The Rocky Horror Show and Rock of Ages as well as many others.
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