Melbourne Museum exhibition commemorates ANZAC100

In a world-first in recognition of ‪#‎ANZAC100‬, over 350 of the most significant historical artefacts from the acclaimed WWI collections of the Imperial War Museum in London are being exhibited at the Melbourne Museum from today for a limited period.

The WWI Centenary Exhibition provides a new and interactive perspective on the war, with original artefacts and rare artworks, film, sounds and images. It brings visitors face-to-face with objects and stories intended to show the personal experience of war, and how the war was fought by land, sea and air on world-wide scale never before seen in human history.

The special collection of artefacts, ranging from large-scale artillery machines to intricate personal objects, is accompanied by immersive digital technology designed to provide a rare educational experience for visitors of all ages.

For more information, see the exhibition web site at http://ww1exhibition.com.au/ and the Herald-Sun’s list of the 10 must-see objects at the exhibition via Ten Must-See Objects at WW1 Exhibition