We got the free passes as part of the climb and decided to check it out after we returned to Sydney from Cairns. The views are pretty good and you can linger as long as you want on the top viewing deck which offers great panoramic views around the harbor. The museum gives great background history of the bridge and offers more details than our bridge climb guide (or maybe we just got distracted by the awesome views during the climb?). The climb is an adventure in itself with higher views of the harbor and closed-up looks of the bridge. But this is a great compliment to the climb and a more relaxed way to get the views.
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