Distant Worlds: Shanghai and Hong Kong in the 1930sExhibition Launch Invitation | Grandmothers: Seen through the Eyes of Six Contemporary Chinese Australian ArtistsZheng He’s Treasure HuntHan Dynasty: Life Everlasting
Distant Worlds: Shanghai and Hong Kong in the 1930s
Exhibition Launch Invitation | Grandmothers: Seen through the Eyes of Six Contemporary Chinese Australian Artists
Zheng He’s Treasure Hunt
Han Dynasty: Life Everlasting



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Dai Loong dragon scales
A chance to own a treasured part of Chinatown's history

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Venue Hire
3 floors available for functions, exhibitions and other events

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Call for submission
Join in the celebration of 200 years of Chinese Australian history.

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Get social with the Chinese Museum

Admission

Adult $11
Concession/Child $9
Family $26 (2 Adult + 3 Children)*Guided tours available, bookings essential

For adults: What’s On / Public Programs / Guided Tours
For students: Education / Excursions /

Location

The Chinese Museum is located in Melbourne's Chinatown – 22 Cohen Place, between Little Bourke and Lonsdale Streets, behind Her Majesty's Theatre. We are accessible by public transport. Our nearest train station is Parliament Station.

Hours

Daily 10am -4pm

Closed Public Holidays: New Year's Day, Australia Day, Labour Day, Easter (Fri 20 April- Mon 2 April), ANZAC Day, Queen's Birthday, Friday before the AFL Grand Final, Melbourne Cup, Christmas Day, Boxing Day.