Australian National Maritime Museum: See It All Ticket

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Immerse yourself in a day of fun and exploration in the heart of Darling Harbour. Stroll along the waterfront and explore our floating fleet and experience interactive exhibitions and galleries.


  • See one of the most diverse floating fleets in the world
  • Learn about the Royal Australian Navy through the Action Stations experience
  • Board a modern warship or a replica of Captain Cook's 18th-century tall ship
  • Learn about the maritime customs of the nation’s original inhabitants
  • Experience the breathtaking Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition


Spectacularly located at the waterfront of Darling Harbour and just a short walk from the CBD, the Australian National Maritime Museum is a distinctive indoor/outdoor attraction that’s great entertainment for all ages. The museum has one of the largest and most diverse in-water fleets in the world. Climb aboard the cold war submarine, the naval destroyer, the stunning replica of Captain Cook's tall ship HMB Endeavour, or the beautiful replica of Duyfken, the first European ship to reach Australia. The museum wharves are packed with a stunning fleet of vessels you can't see anywhere else, each with unique and colourful stories to tell of life at sea. Inside the museum, six permanent galleries showcasing the museum's historical artefact collection and an ever-changing program of temporary exhibitions bring alive Australia's deep connection to the sea, past and present. Overlooking Sydney Darling Harbour towards the city, the museum’s café is a perfect waterfront dining location and place to relax during your visit to the museum.


Access to all galleries and exhibitions Access to special exhibitions Access to action stations Access to the submarine Access to the destroyer Access to tall ships Endeavour and Duyfken, the first European ship to reach Australia in 1606 Art and crafts activities for kids

Important Information

  • The museum is a 20 to 30 minute walk from Town Hall and Central Stations. Walk over the Pyrmont Bridge if you're coming from Town Hall, or stroll through Chinatown and Darling Harbour if coming from Central
  • Sydney Ferries Route F4 services Darling Harbour Loop runs approximately every half hour and stops at the Pyrmont Bay Wharf next to the museum, Circular Quay Wharf 5, Milson's Point, McMahon's Point, Balmain and Barangaroo
  • Visitors to the museum can park all day for $15 at Harbourside Car Park, located at 100 Murray Street, Pyrmont. Please remember to get your parking ticket stamped at the museum reception
  • Last boarding time for Vessels 3:10pm; School Holidays 4.10pm

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