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Museum of Chinese Australian History, Melbourne

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Located in the heart of Melbourne’s Chinatown, Museum of Chinese Australian History’s five floors showcase the heritage and culture of Australia’s Chinese community. The purpose is to operate a museum, to promote and preserve Chinese culture and history, especially of Australian-Chinese history in Australia. It couldn't be easier to arrange your visit to Museum of Chinese Australian History and many more Melbourne attractions: make an itinerary online using Inspirock's Melbourne trip planner.
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  • The Chinese Museum was formed in 1985 and refurbished in 2010 with government help. It has five floors and has many displays. It is in Melbourne's Chinatown. It has exhibitions relating to Chinese... 
    The Chinese Museum was formed in 1985 and refurbished in 2010 with government help. It has five floors and has many displays. It is in Melbourne's Chinatown. It has exhibitions relating to Chinese...  more »
  • After passing the Chinese Museum most days on our way back to our Hotel, on our last day in Melbourne, we visited the Museum. It is very informative about the history of Chinese Australians. We... 
    After passing the Chinese Museum most days on our way back to our Hotel, on our last day in Melbourne, we visited the Museum. It is very informative about the history of Chinese Australians. We...  more »
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  • cheap price for only $11 for adult, very informative, friendly staff. All display with Chinese subtitle, easier to understand for everyone. Could spend 1-2 hours there.
  • Went on a Sunday about 1 week ago and luckily there was free entrance. Good experience and interesting to learn about the Chinese culture and immigration history in Australia. There was quite a queue at the entrance but it was definitely worth the wait. Some workshops were full so I wasn't able to attend everything in there.

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