Below is a list of the top and leading Places to Visit in Melbourne. To help you find the best Places to Visit located near you in Melbourne, we put together our own list based on this rating points list.
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Melbourne’s Best Places to Visit:
Here are the leading Places to Visit in Melbourne:
- St Patrick’s Cathedral
- Eureka Skydeck
- National Sports Museum
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St Patrick’s Cathedral
St Patrick’s is an integral part of Melbourne, and its history tells us much about the State’s birth and growth. Situated on the fringe of the city grid, close enough to the heart of Melbourne to be a powerful presence and breathe with a life of its own.
The beauty of the Cathedral speaks of the glory of God. Its peace reaches to our innermost heart, and its welcome to those who pass by is of a God who is ever compassionate to us, his people.
St Patrick’s Pilgrim Path, Memorial Tablets, Brass items, Mosaics, Sacristies, Bronze plaques, Spires, gargoyles and pinnacles, The Way of the Cross – An Ecumenical Devotion, and Jeff Kennett Gargoyle.
“Came here to celebrate Good Friday. The cathedral was packed yet the holy mass went very well. I find the cathedral soothing in a way that when you visit such holy place you feel peace. For all tourists who’d like to enter, please treat the cathedral with utter respect.” – Theo T.
Eureka Skydeck, Melbourne’s greatest point of view, and one of the most stunning observation decks in the world. You will find it High up on the 88th floor, 285 metres above sea level.
They know Melbourne better than anyone, because they see it like no one else.
Day or night, there’s no greater sight than the city from our incredible vantage point – come visit and get to know Melbourne on a whole new level.
Visual panorama of Melbourne’s humming neighbourhoods, world-class hospitality venues and dazzling urban sprawl, the world’s first and only Edge Experience – a glass cube that projects out from the 88th floor and suspends visitors almost 300 meters high above Melbourne city.
“Absolutely amazing experience. I loved the lift ride! So quick yet so smooth. Amazing 360° views of Melbourne. Loved the little souvenir store and the deals they had. You get a discount if you buy the tickets online which was a bonus. I wasn’t brave enough for the edge experience but thoroughly enjoyed it. My boy also loved it. Lots of great corners to take pictures from. Lovely staff. Clean and very well maintained facilities. Apart from the fact that there was no ticket money outside as the sign said everything was top notch. I even made a meme about the sign outside 😂” – Krishneel K.
National Sports Museum
The National Sports Museum is a museum dedicated to Australian sport and is located within the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Melbourne, Australia. There are exhibits for sports such as cricket, Australian rules football, the Summer and Winter Olympic Games, tennis, rugby league, rugby union, soccer, basketball, boxing and netball. The Australian Sports Hall of Fame is also located within the museum along with the Australian Racing Museum and the Melbourne Cricket Club museum.
Showcases the following exhibitions: Game On! Interactive Gallery, Olympics, Australian Football, Sport Australia Hall of Fame, Cricket, Melbourne Cricket Ground, Horse Racing, Melbourne Cricket Club Museum, and NSM Cinema Sport.
“Strangely not too busy here in January school holidays. Good mix of displays and interactive exhibits to satisfy young and old. Matchday experiences for the kids (and parents!) are well worth the extra few dollars. Very friendly and knowledgeable staff on hand as well. We spent more time here than we thought we would. Highly recommended.” – Michael R.