Address: Gate 13 Royal Parade, Parkville
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm Saturday
10am to 4:30pm Sunday
What's Open: The internationally famous virtuoso pianist and composer, Percy Aldridge Grainger, gifted this building to the University of Melbourne as a permanent memorial to himself and the universal scene of music. It is the only purpose-built autobiographical museum in Australia.
Open is the courtyard and Museum, including electronic interactive display, music related and social history displays and artworks.
Special Note: Material in this Museum may require parental guidance.
Frequency Of Tours: Self guided
Building Type: Cultural Buildings Museum
Year Built: 1935
Architect: Gawler & Drummond
Tram Stops: Stop 9: Haymarket Walk/Elizabeth Street on route 59 and 19
A gift from Percy Grainger to the people of Melbourne
Included on either the Victorian Heritage Register, Heritage Council. Classified by the National Trust, Australia (Victoria) or included on the CIty of Melbourne Heritage Overlay