The museum is not only filled with incredible pieces of artwork and sculptures, but it’s also an architectural gem located on the Circular Quay in Sydney’s CBD.
Spend some time on the three floors in this restored 1850s warehouse learning more about the history of the area and the stories of those who lived there during the early years of white Australia.
Set amid the sandstone and cobbles, the colorful markets have grown to include more than 200 eclectic stalls.
Millions of stars in the Southern Sky await your gazing eyes through high-powered telescopes and screening in the 3D space theatre.
The Bridgeclimb Sydney is not cheap but might be one of those once-in-a-lifetime opportunities you are happy to break your budget for.