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first_img“We are delighted to announce the launch of this new product for our Chinese visitors,” said Kevin Sumption PSM, Director and CEO of the Australian National Maritime Museum. “It is important for us as a cultural institution to deliver engaging programs and initiatives that cater to the growing demand from this market and allow our visitors to be fully immersed in the experiences on offer,” Tours are available for small groups (minimum of 15 and a maximum of 35 people) and will run for approximately an hour. Tickets are available for purchase at the museum and are priced at $79 (Family), $32 (Adult), $20 (Child) and $20 (Concession). Ticket price also allow visitors the chance to explore the museum’s other exhibitions and attractions at their leisure, either pre or post tour, and includes a 10% discount voucher to the museum’s gift shop.Tour times:11:00am, 12:30pm and 2:00pm dailyBooking enquiries: [email protected] a booking The Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney is launching a new, specially-designed product to welcome its Chinese visitors – the Endeavour Highlights Tour – and from 1-28 February 2018 the museum will offer Chinese language (Mandarin) guided tours of the museum’s main galleries, exhibitions and attractions.Tours will run three times daily, seven days per week and will feature a visit to Captain Cook’s Endeavour replica, moored at the museum on iconic Darling Harbour. They will also include guided tours of a range of exhibitions including Passengers (Australia’s immigration story by sea), Navigators (a showcase of Australia’s relationship with Asia and Europe, featuring maritime navigation instruments, charts and maps) and Gapu-Monuk Saltwater (the museum’s recently opened Indigenous exhibition, exploring the landmark sea rights case of North-East Arnhem land). Visitors on these tours will also have a photo opportunity on board the Endeavour with a 18th Century Captain’s hat, ideal for sharing on WeChat. And, in keeping with this year’s Chinese zodiac Year of the Dog, they will also have the chance to meet the museum’s resident canine, Bailey Haggarty, famous for chasing the seagulls from the museum’s ships and wharves. attractionsChinesemuseumSydneylast_img