1. Sara Allen

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    This is a fantastic museum – definitely one for kids and adults alike with loads of interactive displays. They often bring in good travelling exhibits too – in fact, this is where they had the Harry Potter exhibit a couple of years back. If you go, look out for the interactive exhibit where you can simulate shearing a sheep – try not to cut the sheep! Also look out for the chocolate display (it actually shoots out some little choccie bites for you).

  2. Priyesh M

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    Great place in the city to go do some exploring on a wide variety of topics. The building is beautiful and the exhibits are quite impressive, my favorite being the space shuttle engine. The admission price is reasonable and this is a perfect way to spend an afternoon with a young inquisitive mind. I would check their website to see what is currently on, as they change to new exhibits every so often.

  3. Po-An Chen

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    Experience would have been just okay if it wasn’t for the fact that one of the staff wouldn’t allow me to use an e-cigarette on the premises, even though it is completely harmless and behaves like water vapour. Why does every other indoor venue allow it and not the powerhouse museum? This shows a lack of understanding of the device and made my trip here uncomfortable. Also, a lot of the exhibits, save the ones on the lowest floor, are remarkably boring in my opinion.

  4. Neha Srivastava

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    Fun and interactive museum, specially if you love science. The exhibits are interesting, specially the Mars landscape, and the vintage cars. It’s a great place to take your kids and spend a fun learning afternoon!

  5. Silke Elzner

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    The Powerhouse museum will forever be one of my most favourite museums in Sydney. Not just because they have a very varied permanent exhibition, from design to transport to technology, there are also exciting changing exhibitions that keep on intriguing me and that inspire me to come back fairly often. Entrance fees are reasonable, in particular in comparison with other Sydneysider attractions. I like that the museum has something on offer for everyone – the kids will love the Wiggles exhibition, older ones will be able to have a go with some of the science exhibits, and adults will find interesting stuff around fashion, design, history, and so forth. I also like the layout and the buildings – the old Ultimo powerhouse is part of the complex, the great halls will provide enough space to suspend satellites or small planes from the ceiling. For kids, there is a great outdoor playground, and the cafe is acceptable too.