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Shrine of Remembrance Guided Tour
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Visit the Shrine of Remembrance, Melbourne's most iconic landmark, where Victorians have been coming since 1934 to honour the service and sacrifice of Australian men and women in war and peacekeeping. Enter the Shrine and experience the quiet...more
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St. Kilda Road, Melbourne, Victoria 3001, Australia
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Reviewed yesterday

Melbourne's Shrine of Remembrance is a short tram trip located on St Kilda Road to the south of the city from Federation Square & Flinders Street railway station. The museum is a tribute to the men & women that lost their lives in the great...More

Thank johnsmall2018
Reviewed yesterday

well worth a visit as it is a lovely part of Melbourne with stunning views and a great park. The actual shrine is interesting but would mean much more to you if you are interested in war history.

Thank _phoeka80
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

This is very impressive. We chanced on it walking from central to St Kilda, but couldn’t miss it. Every half hour they enact how the sun would come over on armistice day in a short 3 minute service of tribute to all the anztac forces....More

Thank Jane B
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

The Shrine built in 1938 commemorates the sacrifice of the 1st world war soldiers but outside is the memorial to the fallen soldiers in Australias wars. You enter via the left side which takes you into a display area and then i to a small...More

Thank McMillan46
Reviewed 4 days ago

A "pretty imposing" structure fronted by eight big pillars (& with quite a number of steps to go up from the ground), this big shrine provides "short sessions at regular intervals" to see a "light spot" passing over the small tomb at the center of...More

Thank Myo M
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Definitely worth the visit- once you have enjoyed the views from the beautiful building itself many people don’t realise underneath is the main museum area. Can be an emotional experience! Allow some hours or break it into several visits to be able to appreciate all...More

Thank Spindrift27
Reviewed 4 days ago

This building should be on the visit list for all who come to Melbourne. At the base of the Shrine is an excellent exhibition detailing the involvement of Victorians in the military conflicts that our country has been involved in. The Shrine itself is a...More

Thank Hobo56
Reviewed 4 days ago

there is a very good memorial museum... when you walk into the shrine, you can't help but think of all those brave souls who fought for their land and say a little prayer for peace....

Thank jess_smithsf
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Good remembrance for the heroes who sacrificed their life fighting for peace in WWI and WWII. It is a good show case and narration about history for WWI and WWII, so that we always remember the heroes who fought for us the peace and we...More

Thank Antonio_Yong
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Nice views of the city from the balcony. The shrine itself is not big inside but has an interesting ceiling. From the outside it's more impressive.

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Mohit T
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Response from Rob H | Reviewed this property |
Free to look around.
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Cpjbby
12 December 2016|
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Response from muraritodi | Reviewed this property |
They are normally open on all days except Christmas day.
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927meirb
10 July 2015|
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Response from greecefan57 | Reviewed this property |
Sorry although been to Israel, it was only on a day visit to Jerusalem and Bethlehem so don't know that area. However good luck with your walk.
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