About Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House
It is situated in the Canberra city of Australia.A short stroll from New Parliament House at the base of Capitol Hill, Old Parliament House is presently home to the Museum of Australian Democracy.This museum was opened by the Duke of York later King George VI in 1927.
The building is composed of the "stripped traditional" style and was involved by the Australian Parliament until 1988 when New Parliament House was formally opened.
It was some time ago called Provisional Parliament House and was just remaining in until the point when a changeless structure could be outlined and fabricated and an accomplishment at long last acknowledged 61 years later.
In the exhibition hall, guests can find out about past Australian Prime Ministers who are sitting in the old Prime Minister's Office and a moderately humble undertaking that was visiting the Press Room and read vital noteworthy reports.