With so much to see and do around Melbourne, Lancemore Crossley St. is ideally situated in the lively precinct of the inner city surrounded by theatre and arts. Be entertained with leading productions, at Her Majesty’s, or take in the sounds of the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra at the State Theatre. Get your dose of the city’s art, culture, and history with a visit to one of Melbourne’s most renowned museums.
Built in 1886, and home to some of Melbourne’s greatest performances, Her Majesty’s is one of the cities beloved theatres. Enter another era of timeless theatrical glamour as soon as you pass through its grand doors for a night of majestic entertainment.
Established in 1854, Melbourne’s iconic Princess Theatre is regarded by many as Melbourne’s most spectacular landmark. Home to some of the biggest shows including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the buzz electrifies every member of the audience no matter where they’re seated.
The Comedy Theatre might not be as big as its sister venues the Regent or Princess, but its coziness works in its favour. Remaining a vital place in the city’s vibrant live entertainment scene, the theatre is a blend of European flavours with an exterior that replicates a Florentine palace and a Spanish-inspired interior to complement.
The Athenaeum Theatre is one of the oldest public institutions in Victoria, founded in 1839. Located in Melbourne’s East End Theatre District, it is used for a range of theatre, comedy and music performances, including as a principal venue for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival and Melbourne Opera.
Feel like you’re in an outdoor amphitheatre setting with the interior’s sky-blue ceiling and unique Gothic-Romanesque architecture, The Forum is the place-to-be for live performances of various artists, both local and international.
Playing a key part in our city’s history since its opening as a grand picture palace in 1929, the Regent Theatre hosts some of the world’s most renowned theatre productions. Having survived a fire, a flood and twenty years in darkness, today it stands more magnificent, lavish and grand.
Originally designed by John Truscott, take one of 2,500 seats in Hamer Hall, and bask in some of the biggest national and international artists across jazz, rock, pop, classical music and more.
Home to one of the largest stages in the world, and two of fabulous resident companies, The Australian Ballet and Opera Australia, the State Theatre hides one of the largest stages in the world behind its majestic, famous curtain designed by Graham Bennett.
A historic beer-making malthouse built in 1982 converted into an agile and contemporary theatre complex, experience the best of local and international artists with inventive performances that cut to the core of the human experience at the Malthouse Theatre.
The spectacular returns to Melbourne! Enter a world of splendour and romance, of eye-popping excess, of glitz, grandeur, and glory! WINNER OF 10 TONY AWARDS® including Best Musical, Baz Luhrmann’s revolutionary film comes to life onstage, remixed in a new musical mash-up extravaganza featuring over 70 songs including everyone’s favourite Lady Marmalade, there are also thrilling new additions such as Chandelier, Single Ladies and Firework. Don't miss your chance to see Moulin Rouge! The Musical at the Regent Theatre.Learn more
Experience the magical journey of MAMMA MIA! Join Sophie as she unravels her father's identity, set to ABBA's unforgettable hits. A heartwarming tale of love, laughter, and friendship awaits, making it a must-see show for your stay with us. Don't miss this enchanting experience!Learn More
Located in the Carlton Gardens, experience Victoria's natural environment, cultures and history through different perspectives with intriguing permanent collections and brilliant temporary exhibitions at Melbourne Museum.MELBOURNE MUSEUM
Founded in 1861, The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings - NGV International and NGV Australia - the Gallery hosts a wide range of international and local artists, exhibitions, programs and events; from contemporary art to major international historic exhibitions, fashion and design, architecture, sound and dance.NGV
Step into a vast new world as THE LUME Melbourne celebrates the legendary works of Claude Monet like never before and steps into the world of dynamic French expressionism.THE LUME