Australian National Maritime Museum
- Unlimited access to everything at the museum on the day of your visit
- Experience Australia’s largest destroyer vessel, HMAS Vampire
- Venture into the secret world of submarine warfare on HMAS Onslow
- Visit Wharf 7 Maritime Heritage Centre and museum for historic watercraft and Australia’s maritime history
- The latest exhibitions and seasonal blockbusters
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What to expect
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You can expect lots of walking and climbing so make sure the whole family has comfortable footwear. Hats and sun protection are highly recommended. All backpacks and large bags must be stored at the museum cloakroom, located in our main foyer.
There is a café and a kiosk in the museum for snacks and your morning pick-me-up! Free Wi-Fi is also available in the museum.
The museum is accessible to strollers and prams but they aren’t allowed on the vessels. There is lift or ramp access to all exhibition spaces within the main building, and to wharves and the viewing platform outside the museum. There is no wheelchair access on the vessels. Courtesy wheelchairs are available and require a refundable deposit and photo ID. To pre-book a wheelchair, please phone +61 2 9298 3777. Carers are offered free access to vessels.
The museum is a 20–30 minute walk from Town Hall and Central Stations. Walk over the Pyrmont Bridge if you’re coming from Town Hall, or stroll through China Town and Darling Harbour if you’re coming from Central. You could also catch the Sydney Ferries' Route F4 services Darling Harbour Loop which runs approximately every half hour and stops at the Pyrmont Bay Wharf (next to the museum). Visit Transport NSW or call 131 500 for more transport information and timetables.