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The Melbourne Athenaeum is Melbourne’s oldest cultural institution, starting life as the city’s first Mechanics Institute in 1839.
The Melbourne City Council met in the building until 1852, when the Melbourne Town Hall was built.
The Melbourne Club
The Melbourne Club building is of architectural significance as a rare intact example of a nineteenth-century clubhouse. It was built in 1858 in the Victorian Renaissance style.
Royal Society of Victoria
The Royal Society of Victoria has been part of Melbourne’s intellectual life since 1854. The Society provides a dynamic program of lectures, symposia and forums about science.
Adventure Rooms Melbourne
Adventure Rooms offer a fun and engaging live escape the room experience, suitable for groups of 2-14 people.
Your team is locked in a room with hidden and mysterious objects. With only these objects as clues, you have 60 minutes to escape.
Strike Bowling Melbourne Central
Strike Melbourne Central is not your average tenpin bowling alley. From bowling to laser tag and karaoke to escape rooms, they’ve got the fun covered for everyone.
With plush, comfortable seats and seven state-of-the-art cinemas, the Kino Cinema screens local and international feature films and documentaries.
Owned by director Jan Minchin and established in 1967, Tolarno Galleries has been at the cutting edge of contemporary Australian art for many years.