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A converted electric station houses an eclectic collection of art and artifacts that celebrate applied science and design. The Powerhouse Museum is also known for kid-friendly interactive exhibits and popular limited-time shows featuring props and...more
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A must go for all star wars fan. The event just opened a few days ago and at 10.30am there are long queues.
You must go to maas.museum to make a booking before entering this event, as There are various section entrance block time. There...More
My kids love this place! Always something interesting to see and lots of interactive activities. School holidays have the best exhibits but also attract the crowds. Also a short stroll to other great attractions like an aquatic centre. Easily makes for a great day out.
We took our 9 and 2 year old kids. We all had a great time. Our family enjoys science.
There were interactive exhibits.
We spent 3 hours inside and didn't even see everything on floors 1 and 2.
We had a great time!
Have visited this museum before and the return visit did not disappoint. Plenty of variety and particularly enjoyed the Reflections of Asia exhibition. Good variety of Australian historical items, from trains to furniture to coins. Can't wait until the bigger and better museum opens in...More
Powerhouse museum is a hidden gem. Amazing displays, most interactive where kids have a blast while learning about kinetic energy, magnets, transportation modes and a whole lot of kiddy stuff in Wiggles.
Should be a must do for family with young kids- my kid enjoyed...More
The Powerhouse museum has a diverse selection of exhibits including Steam, Automotive, Aero/space and Art related. The surprise exhibit is the building itself, look up the amount of work that went into the roof is amazing. The train exhibits and aircraft are worth the visit...More
Went to the Powerhouse Museum with my 4 yo son after looking at the website recently.
I had stopped going to the museum previously as it had started to look a bit tired.
I was blown away by what they have now.
Entry - Free...More
Museum was packed with kids on the day we visited ( school holidays) involved in all manner of activities be it some organised activities, or just enjoying the hands on exhibits.
It's certainly not the run of the mill museums which can be quite staid...More
There are so many things to do.I got there with nearly 3 and half old twins by train. We got out of Central station Eddy ave exit, walked through beside Paddy’s market in Chinatown. As it was during school holiday, there was a craft booth....More