The two highlights of the National Maritime Museum in Sydney - going into a real submarine and seeing how they lived and worked and exploring the Endeavour Replica. We missed out on the lighthouse so we'll be going back to see that. But those two exhibits alone make it worthwhile. Being able to go into the submarine and hear about its history from the volunteers ( one at either end and one in the middle) was an incredible experience and not for the claustrophobic. The Endeavour was also great as it was an unexpected discovery of how sailors used to live.
Would recommend the Museum as a must see for anyone going to Sydney.
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