Sydney Museums Pass

Visiting Sydney for a few days? The Sydney Museums Pass is the smartest way to experience Sydney’s past and present.

Access 4 of the city’s top museums, and save over 50% on regular admission fees with the Sydney Museums Pass, including:

  • Museum of Sydney – Check out the changing exhibitions, and explore the people, places and cultures that have made Sydney such a cosmopolitan city.
  • Hyde Park Barracks Museum – Swing in a hammock, try on leg-irons and discover Sydney’s convict story at this World Heritage listed site.
  • Justice & Police Museum – Explore the dark side at Sydney’s home of crime. See compelling exhibitions, chilling weapons and hundreds of forensic photos.
  • Susannah Place Museum – Discover the stories of the hardworking families who lived in The Rocks with a visit to these four working-class terraces built in 1844.


Buy the Sydney Museums Pass online or from any of the four museums listed above.

  • $18 Adult
  • $9 Child (Ages 5–15)
  • $9 Concession (Full-time students, seniors, pensioners, and ISIC, YHA, HI, Nomad and VIP members)
  • Free entry for children aged 4 and under

Terms and conditions

  • The Sydney Museums Pass is valid for 3 months from date of purchase
  • The pass allows one general entry to each participating museum
  • The pass cannot be exchanged or refunded. It is non-transferable and not valid for events

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A panoramic view of the Museum of Sydney Facade.

Museum of Sydney

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Outside view of sandstone building with steps up from street and blue sign with name of museum.

Justice & Police Museum

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This is a pencil drawing of a fig tree

Museum of Sydney

The Guardian Review Lloyd Rees ExhibitionTuesday 15 December 2015

Looking down middle of room with a row of hammocks on either side.

Hyde Park Barracks

The ‘Humble Petition’ of convict John RushFriday 7 August 2015

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Black and white photograph

Hyde Park Barracks

War and order at the barracksFriday 24 April 2015

At the outbreak of World War I, there was a strong response from the NSW legal fraternity, many of whom were based at the Queens Square courts at the Hyde Park Barracks.