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Nicholson Museum, Sydney

Nicholson Museum - Sydney, Australia
Nicholson Museum
Manning Road, Sydney, NSW 2006Map
University of Sydney
+61 2 9351 2812
Neighborhood: Surry Hills
Overview

Nicholson Museum was initially a private collection belonging to Sir Charles Nicholson who later converted it into a museum. Spread across three large rooms, it is the home of artifacts from Egypt, Greece, Cyprus, Italy and the Middle East, that were painstakingly collected by Charles during his visits there. The collections are divided based on the region and period of origin like Classical, Near Eastern, Egyptian, Cypriot and European. You can see the pottery, sculptures, artifacts, bronze and terracotta statues and figurines, axes and tools that were in use more than 1000 years ago. Visit and feel those magnificent times here at the Nicholson Museum.

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