The magnificent interior of the Royal Exhibition Building.
Source: Museum Victoria
Discover the history and beauty of this magnificently restored building.
Built in 1879 for Melbourne’s first International Exhibition, it was chosen as the venue for the opening of the first Commonwealth Parliament of Australia on 9 May 1901, and recently became Australia’s first World Heritage Listed building.
Experience the life, stories and affections of millions of people that have contributed to this national icon, Museum Victoria’s largest collection object.
The tour starts in the foyer at Melbourne Museum and run for 45-60 minutes.
Cost $10 Adults, $8 Concession and $7 Children/Museum Members.