After a Harry Potter exhibition, I'm going to need something interesting.
February 28, 2012 2:27 AM Subscribe
An appeal to the tiny minority of Mefites who are Aussies: I'm taking my kids to Sydney this weekend. We're going to the Harry Potter exhibition at the Powerhouse Museum on Saturday afternoon. What else can we see/do while we're in Sydney?
posted by malibustacey9999 to Grab Bag (16 answers total)
We've done the museum/art gallery/Darling Harbour/walk across the Bridge/touristy stuff a million times before.
I'd dearly love to go to the Police & Justice Museum, but I don't know that taking a 13 year old and 10 year would be appropriate.
They're both fairly mature for their ages. Oh, and the 13 year old is on crutches so walking any distance is out of the question.
Is there something, perhaps on Sunday morning, that we shouldn't miss? Maybe we should just have brunch and people-watch in Hyde Park, or something?
We're staying in the CBD. Despite me completing a stunt-driver course, I really don't enjoy driving in Sydney so would be looking for something central, ie, I'm not driving to Hurstville or Hornsby.
Any locals know of any way-cool stuff that a childish mother and her country kids shouldn't miss?