Cultural Landmarks of Sydney
Sydney is a beautiful city, famous for its Harbour, its Bridge and Opera House; but it also features many excellent museums, theatres and galleries - and many are conveniently located within easy reach of the Central Station Hotel.
Located on the eastern side of Hyde Park, a short 10-minute walk from the Central Station Hotel, at the corner of William and College Street, you'll find Australia's oldest museum. Home to a myriad of zoological and mineral specimens from Australia and abroad, the Australian Museum features many expositions shining a light on paleontological, anthropological and mineral discoveries for kids of all ages. Our personal favourite - the dinosaur exhibit. Be sure to check it out!
Another 10-minute stroll from the Australian Museum is another Sydney cultural icon, the Art Gallery of New South Wales. Admission is free to the general exhibition space dedicated to Australian, European and Asian art.
Just around the corner from the hotel you'll find the Capitol Theatre where Broadway and West End Musicals routinely grace the stage. Experience world-class events a few steps from your hotel room with daily performances. Hint: Check out our Capitol Theatre page for a discount code saving you big on your next visit!
Built on the remains of Australia's first Government House, the Museum of Sydney, through changing exhibitions and events, explores the stories of the Harbour City from its origins to today.
Located on the edge of Sydney Harbour, and easily accessible via train (to Circular Quay Station), the MCA celebrates modern art in one of the city's most spectacular settings.
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