The Shrine of Remembrance is one of Melbourne's most iconic landmarks honouring service and sacrifice in Victoria.
Prince Henry, the Duke of Gloucester and son of King George V, officially opened the Shrine before a crowd of 300,000 people in November 1934.
Shrine Tour participants are invited to uncover the captivating narrative that draws together a compelling chronicle of this unique monument's historical and cultural significance.
To find out more, or to book a Shrine Tour please go to the Shrine website.
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