Macleay Museum (CLOSED)

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The Macleay Museum is closed to the public and will reopen in the Chau Chak Wing Museum in 2020.

The Macleay Museum is one of two museums within the University of Sydney campus (the other is the Nicholson Museum), and is housed on the top level of the Macleay Building, on Science Road. Home to a billion-year-old meteorite, the Macleay makes you feel triumphantly young whatever your age. High on your own youth you'll have oodles of energy to take in their extensive natural history collection – the oldest in Australia.

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Venue name: Macleay Museum (CLOSED)
Contact:
Address: The University of Sydney
Gosper Lane
Camperdown
2006
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