Smack bang on top of the foundations of Australia's first Government House, the MOS is a celebration of the city's past, present and future. With video walls, poetry, storylines and panoramas out onto the city we know and love this is exhibiting gone C21st!
The Museum of Sydney is built on the ruins of the house of New South Wales first Governor, Arthur Phillip on the present-day corner of Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney.
The original house, which was Australia first Government House, was built in 1788 and exposed by archaeologists in 1983.
The museum, was built as part of the Governor Phillip Tower development.
The Museum of Sydney explores colonial and contemporary Sydney through objects, pictures and new digital media techniques.
Panoramic views of Sydney - from 1788 until today - stretch across walls and video screens.
Sydney's convict era is explored in a giant showcase of goods and chattels recovered from more than 25 archaeological digs.