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Melbourne Museum

Museum11 Nicholson St, Carlton

This is one of the must visit places if you are visiting Melbourne for the first time. You can explore the life in the region from natural enviroment to the cultural. Pay for a tourist guide and I am sure that you will fall in love in Melbourne.Alana Gatty

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This place rocks! For adults and kids alike. The taxidermy room is amazing/spooky and the sections on the human body and the mind are really thoughtful and interesting. Beats the Sydney museum to the curb. Cara T

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Fantastic museum, Great staff and a wonderful place to take the kids. I down-rated one star, and I cant epmhasise this negative comment enough, THE FOOD IN THE CAFETERIA IS AWEFUL. Whatever you do, don't waste your money. Bring your own food, or go somewhere else. This was the worst food I have ever tasted. Sorry Museum, but the food served is shocking. I am sure no staff eat there themselves...Arvin A

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I really enjoyed my visit to the museum, I learn many things on the historic side of Melbourne. I would highly recommend this to anyone who has a interest in the history of this great town.Marquessa Jelbart

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The Langham Melbourne

Spa1 Southgate Avenue, Southbank

The beds r to die 4,hospitality spectacular ,fantastic meals along with grt company ,wat more cud a lady want hmm 2 go back on a second date ,4 sure hun bubbajuu charles

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Attended The Langham for the Chocolate Bar Afternoon Tea for a girlfriends wedding. While the food was extraordinary (as to be expected) the service was a little left to be desired. The table we had was way too small, and we often had to shuffle tea cups and plates around just to fit everything on. We had asked for another round of sandwiches, which we were told was on its way... but never arrived. The same thing happened when we requested water, and found we had to do so numerous times before we actually got it. The staff on a whole were extremely friendly, but just were inconsistent with our requests - possibly due to the number of staff looking after each table... so requests may have just been lost.. The last thing worth mentioning, was the lack of 'light' food to compliment all the heavy chocolate and savoury foods... Even after the first round everyone started to feel heavy and sluggish - some fruit to nibble on in between would have been appreciated. So just be prepared that while the food truly is wonderful, you may not eat anything near your $70 due to it all being quite heavy food. Kim Flowers

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Hotel was beautiful, room was excellent, and the view was even better. Though it has taken me over a month, and many attempts just to get my deposit back. Get your shit together, Langham.Luke Brookes

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As a regular guest in five-star hotels, I was pretty disappointed with my recent experience at the Langham, Melbourne. This clearly was not a 5-star experience. Having paid top-dollar, over the New Year Holiday, I would have expected a lot more. Even the basics were not handled very well. Here is a list of some of my peeves: - room not serviced upon our return after 2:00 in the afternoon. - insufficient shampoos and shower gels in the room. (Only dealt with when I pointed it out.) - a number of the machines in the fitness centre were out-of-order. - in spite of there being 5 staff working in the bar one quiet afternoon, it was still necessary for us to ask them could we order drinks, rather than their asking us. - Room service delivering dinner for two and arriving with only one place setting, water, etc. - no attempt, or even offer, to rectify the matter. Clearly this is a poorly managed property. I will not be returning and will certainly think long and hard before staying in any Langham property in the future.Richard Hazel

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IMAX Melbourne Museum

CinemaRathdowne St, Carlton

Very cool. the whole family enjoyed it. will definitely go backEdmund Tyminski

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My most recent experience was at the Premiere of Star Trek Into Darkness and it was a wonderful night. Firstly, the staff are wonderful and very accommodating and helpful. What is particularly outstanding though is the technical aspects of the IMAX 3D experience, especially on a film shot in native IMAX 3D is spectacular, but even more impressive in my opinion is the mind blowing surround sound that even with our non central seats was impressive. The only things I could possibly think of that could be better is slightly nicer seating would be nice as they are starting to show their age, but don't think this means they are uncomfortable - far from it. Just not quite the latest in cinema seating. Having said that, IMAX Melbourne Museum is still far and away my favourite cinema experience anywhere in Melbourne and if you haven't been there, you don't know what you're missing! John M Edmondson

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Excellent experience, saw Hidden Universe 3D and it was pretty cool. Cost 2 pensioners and 1 child just over $40....if it wasn't 3D I probably wouldn't pay that much though. It is worth it for the 3D movies. Documentary ran for just over 40 minutes, which was a little short, but all in all I would definitely go back and see something else. Coupled with the fact that concession holders get free entry to the Melbourne Museum too was great.Trace van Lieshout

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Can't explain how amazing the experience is. I explain to friends and it's not until they experience the immense screen size and sound that they actually understand. Words alone aren't enough. I also can't tell you how many times I've sat there and heard how people can't believe they have never been here before and how they are never going back to another cinema ever again :-) Make sure to book online as it's difficult to just rock up and book!! andrew westerbeek

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