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10 Top Things To Do In Sydney With Kids When It Rains

3. Visit National Maritime Museum

Visit National Maritime Museum is one of the top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains (Image : anmm.gov.au)

Visit National Maritime Museum is one of the top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains (Image : anmm.gov.au)

The third, top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains is visit National Maritime Museum. This Museum is not just for maritime history buffs, it is truly dedicated to introducing children to our national sea-faring history in a fun and engaging way. This museum captures these themes with fascinating artefacts, lively exhibitions, fun activities for kids and even the chance to board ships. They also offer fantastic organised activities for toddlers, pre-schoolers and older school children. During school term, every Sunday is Family Fun Day for kids aged 5-12. Excellent activities for 2-5’s on Tuesdays and a must do for any kid who loves a boat. Museum FREE – charges apply for special kids activities.

4. Explore SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

Visit National Maritime Museum is one of the top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains (Image : anmm.gov.au)

Visit National Maritime Museum is one of the top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains (Image : anmm.gov.au)

The fourth, top things to do in sydney with kids when it rains is explore SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium. Suitable for all ages even young bubs. There’s so much to see and do here, you’ll easily spend 3 hours here. You’ll find the world’s largest collection of all-Aussie aquatic animals, including sharks, penguins, giant rays, tropical fish, turtles, dugongs, crocodiles, platypus, sea dragons and more. Sydney Aquarium is also excellent for mums and bubs, all areas are easily accessed with a pram and even the tiniest baby enjoys gazing at the creatures behind the glass. Toddlers have plenty of room to run and explore (especially on weekdays) and pre-schoolers and up love trying to find Nemo and discovering other fish and sea creatures they recognise.

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