67Shrine of Remembrance
Address: St Kilda Road, Birdwood Avenue, Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Saturday and Sunday
What's Open: The guided tour includes the visitorâ€™s centre, Crypt, Sanctuary, Balcony and Shrine Reserve. As part of Open House, the tour will also include the Education Centre and the Resource Facilities area, both of which are not normally open to the public. You are also free to wander around the building at your own pace.
Frequency Of Tours: Scheduled at 11am and 2pm with more tours available on demand (15 per tour). Other ad-hoc tours will be run on demand.
Building Type: Cultural Buildings Memorial / Monument
Year Built: 1927 - 34; 1950-54 (World War II Memorial forecourt)
Architect: Philip Burgoyne Hudson and James Hastie Wardrop; 1950-54 Ernest E Milston; 2003 Ashton Raggatt McDougall
Tram Stops: Stop 19: Shrine of Remembrance and St Kilda Road on routes 3, 3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67 and 72
Take a guided tour through what is arguable Melbourne's most important monument.
Architectural Award Winner
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
Lines Expected, Arrive Early
Rooftop or Significant City Views
Good for Kids