Summer Lates At The Australian National Maritime Museum

Fri 4 January 2019 @ 5:00 pm - 12:00 am FREE!
Summer Lates At The Australian National Maritime Museum - Australian National Maritime Museum - Sydney - NSW
The Australian National Maritime Museum is keeping its doors open late this summer as it transforms its waterfront into Sydney’s newest waterfront bar. Throughout January, entry to the Museum and its waterside bar will be free for Summer Lates.

With a live DJ, fresh food and drinks being served, summertime sunsets are set to shine even brighter with the Museum’s envious harbourside spot.

The Museum will welcome Surry Hills foodie staple, Fishbowl, into the mix as the team prepare to set up shop at the waterfront on Friday and Saturday nights in January only.

Also staying open late are a number of the Museum’s local and internationally acclaimed exhibitions.Get your culture-vulture on at these stunning exhibitions, also open late:

On Sharks & Humanity: See sharks differently with the contemporary artworks from 30 international artists

Challenging the Deep: Explore the depths of the ocean with Oscar-winning filmmaker James Cameron

Gapu-Monuk: Saltwater: Discover the fascinating story of sea-rights in the award-winning exhibition from Arnhem Land

We're staying open late in January - join us for the fun.Dates and times:

Fri 4 Jan Sat 5 JanFri 11 Jan Sat 12 Jan Sat 18 Jan Sun 19 Jan Fri 25 Jan Sat 26 Jan Bar & DJ from 5pm - late | Museum open to 8pmFishbowl MenuThe O.G. Salmon sashimi, beets, red onion, shallots, edamame and kale, with roast sesame dressing, crispy shallots and tobikoMr. XSalmon sashimi with cabbage, carrot, shallots, sesame shoyu dressing, wasabi peas and crispy shallotsLil uMamiFree range chicken, kale, coriander, shallots, cucumber and nori, roast sesame dressing, tamari almonds and wasabi peasTofu BoysHand pressed tofu with kale, cucumber, radish, shallots, miso tahini dressing, tamari almonds and crispy shallots
Fri 4 January 2019
5:00 pm - 12:00 am
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Australian National Maritime Museum
2 Murray Street,
2000, Australia