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    It was cool to see the history of The Rocks. The museum itself is pretty small with about 4 rooms to go through. Each room there was sounds and voices that activate as you come inside (heat-sensitive?) They offer tours for groups. This is also a museum with free admission.

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    The Rocks Discovery Centre is, ironically enough, rather hard to discover, hidden away down a backstreet in The Rocks. However, in a city where everywhere costs, this free history of Sydney’s tourist hub – from the Aboriginals through to the criminality and vice that populated the area in the early 1900s to the council’s cleaning up of the area, this small centre gives pause for thought and a wonderful sense of history. It won’t take up long, but is well worth seeking out if you want to find out more about one of Sydney’s more colourful.

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    As an archaeology student I am a little biased towards this place. That aside, if you are any kind of fan of Australian history you will get a kick out of this place. There are bound to be a few surprises behind the glass that will delight and fascinate you.

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    Small but interesting display hidden in a back alley in The Rocks. The information is an intriguing look into the area and it’s development – and the best part is that it’s all free, save for a gold coin donation!

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