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Immigration Museum

Corner of Flinders and William Streets | 400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
+61 3 9927 2754
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Great place to visit a must for all Tourists to see while in town for their holiday. Only negative... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Munkee P
interactive displays that cover migration to Australia since the 1700s

Very interesting and well-curated museum. I wish it was a bit cheaper, but definitely worth a... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
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Explore Australia's history and culture. Journey through Melbourn's history and explore stories of people who have migrated from all reaches of the world. From the reasons for making the journey, to the impact on indigenous communities, these stories are sometimes sad, sometimes funny, but always engaging. Located in the Old Customs House in the heart of the city - an easy walk from Flinders St Station or Southern Cross (or catch the free City Circle Tram).
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Corner of Flinders and William Streets | 400 Flinders Street, Melbourne, Victoria 3000, Australia
Central Business District
+61 3 9927 2754
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Reviewed yesterday

Great place to visit a must for all Tourists to see while in town for their holiday. Only negative is the Staff need to be more welcoming.

Thank Munkee P
Reviewed 3 days ago

Very interesting and well-curated museum. I wish it was a bit cheaper, but definitely worth a visit. Great display on identity and discrimination on the top floor.

Thank CatM211
Reviewed 5 days ago

The exhibition appeared one sided, it appeared that immigration to Australia, only started around 10 years ago. Did show little about Australian history of immigration starting over 200 years ago. Entrance fee of $17.00 was excessive.

Thank uschiTownsville
Reviewed 6 days ago

After World War 2 my family emigrated from Holland. They were displaced persons after the atrocities of what had occurred. My family were welcomed and assimilated very successfully. This Museum is a great dedication to those who came through the gates and those who so...More

Thank Andrew L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Immigration Museum in Melbourne CBD offers an insight into the history of migration. Three levels of curiosity and amazing imagery and documents to read. Take your time

Thank Richard M
Reviewed 1 week ago

Interesting place to visit if you are interested in immigration stories. Probably not that interesting for kids. Close to the Aquarium and Casino.

Thank Kerryn72
Reviewed 1 week ago

We weren't intending to visit the Immigration Museum, but it was school holidays and they had a program of story telling and Greek dance to accompany an exhibition so we thought we'd give it a try. It was great! Really fascinating museum and the building...More

Thank oz_bandicoot
Reviewed 1 week ago

Spent an excellent and informative morning at the Immigration Museum. Prompted to visit after reading Bill Bryson's Down Under in which he recommended it. Great steer Bill! The exhibits are really engaging and thought provoking particularly in relation to issues of race and identity. Excellent...More

Thank rosie101010
Reviewed 1 week ago

The museum is well laid out and offers a wealth of information on a little known part of our history. The displays offer a wealth of information on the many immigrants who have formed an integral part of our society. The historical photographs are fascinating....More

Thank Anthony R
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

A quick visit turns into hours. Everything from colonial migration through to the latest wave of boat people. Why is Melbourne so culturally different?

Thank Scott_No_Mates
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Firah N
22 April 2017|
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Response from Dale M | Reviewed this property |
10 am to 5pm all week
2 January 2017|
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Response from Beattie999 | Reviewed this property |
Hello K Gane, it looks like your question has been answered, except to say that children are also free to enter. and as previously stated Concession Card holders are also free. It is open almost every day of the year from... More