Australia national museum


From the main thoroughfare of the capital city Canberra, looking down towards the large lake, there is a cluster of architecture highlighted by a striking "ribbon" of colossal proportions, stretching high with a vibrant orange segment that catches the eye. In reality, this "ribbon" is made of multicolored metal, and it serves as the unique entrance gate of the National Museum. The ribbon curves and forms a canopy along the path leading to a spacious courtyard. On the courtyard, there is a map of Australia painted, surrounded by lush greenery.

Inside the museum is a fascinating world of Australian history, culture, the journey of its construction and development, which requires ample time for thorough exploration. However, this is often something tourists are short on, and an article cannot cover it all. Let's explore some of the key features together.



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