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{{See also|Music of Canberra}}
[[File:NatMusAus Main Entrance Strip.jpg|left|thumb|The [[National Museum of Australia]] established in 2001 records Australia's social history and is one of Canberra's more architecturally daring buildings.]]
[[File:War memorial 01.jpg|right|thumb|The [[Australian War Memorial]]]]
Canberra ishar homemange tonationale manymonumenter nationalog monumentsinstitutioner and institutions such as thesom [[Australian War Memorial]], the [[National Gallery of Australia]], the [[National Portrait Gallery (Australia)|National Portrait Gallery]], the [[National Library of Australia|National Library]],<ref name=map/> the [[National Archives of Australia|National Archives]],<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Locations and opening hours |publisher=[[National Archives of Australia]] |accessdate=23. april 2010|archiveurl=|archivedate=6. oktober 2012}}</ref> the [[Australian Academy of Science]],<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=The Shine Dome |publisher=[[Australian Academy of Science]] |accessdate=23. april 2010}}</ref> the [[National Film and Sound Archive]] and theog [[National Museum of Australia|National Museum]].<ref name=map/> ManyMange Commonwealthaf governmentde buildingsstatslige inregeringsbygninger i Canberra areer openåbne tofor the publicoffentligheden, includingheriblandt [[Parliament House, Canberra|Parliament House]], the [[High Court of Australia|High Court]] and theog [[Royal Australian Mint]].<ref>{{cite web |url= |title=Visiting the High Court |publisher=[[High Court of Australia]] |accessdate=23. april 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=17. oktober 2009 |df=dmy-all }}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=17. februar 2012|title=Visitors |publisher=[[Parliament of Australia]] |accessdate=23. april 2010}}</ref><ref>{{cite web|url= |archiveurl=|archivedate=18 May 2013|title=Opening hours |publisher=[[Royal Australian Mint]] |accessdate=17 September 2013}}</ref>
Lakeved Burley Griffin-søen is the site of theligger [[Captain James Cook Memorial]] and theog [[National Carillon]].<ref name=map>{{cite web|url= |title=Lake Burley Griffin Interactive Map |accessdate=1 June 2009 |publisher=[[National Capital Authority]] |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=22 May 2009 }}</ref> OtherAndre sitesinteressante ofsteder interest include theer [[Telstra Tower]], the [[Australian National Botanic Gardens]], the [[National Zoo and Aquarium]], the [[National Dinosaur Museum]] andog [[National Science and Technology Centre, Canberra|Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre]].<ref name=map/><ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Outdoor and Nature |publisher=Visit Canberra |accessdate=23. april 2010 |deadurl=yes |archiveurl= |archivedate=31. december 2010 }}</ref>
[[File:NLA Canberra-01JAC.JPG|thumb|right|A copy of every book published in Australia is required by law to be held by the [[National Library of Australia]].<ref>{{cite Legislation AU|Cth|act|ca1968133|Copyright Act 1968|201}}</ref>]]
|isbn=1-86448-005-X |last1=Atkinson|first1=Ann|last2=Knight|first2=Linsay|last3=McPhee|first3=Margaret|pages=46–47 |publisher=Allen & Unwin |year=1996}}</ref> and Llewellyn Hall (within the [[ANU School of Music]]), a world-class concert hall are two of the most notable.<ref name=rg>{{cite book |title=Rough Guide to Australia |last=Daly|first=Margo |publisher=Rough Guides |year= 2003 |page=67|isbn=1-84353-090-2 }}</ref> The Street Theatre is a venue with less mainstream offerings.<ref name=rg/> [[Albert Hall, Canberra|The Albert Hall]] was the city's first performing arts venue, opened in 1928. It was the original performance venue for theatre groups such as the Canberra Repertory Society.<ref>{{cite web|url= |title=Fact sheets |publisher=[[National Archives of Australia]] |accessdate=17. september 2013|archiveurl=|archivedate=9 August 2011}}</ref>
[[Stonefest]] was a large annual festival, for some years one of the biggest festivals in Canberra.<ref>{{cite news|url=|newspaper=The Canberra Times|publisher=Fairfax Media|first=Jenna|last=Clarke|date=9 July 2013|archiveurl=|archivedate=18 August 2013|title=Foreshore Festival axed for 2013}}</ref><ref>{{cite news|url=|newspaper=The Sydney Morning Herald|publisher=Fairfax Media|date=11 October 2012|title=Stone rolls on|first1=Naomi|last1=Fallon|first2=Joni|last2=Scanlon|archiveurl=|archivedate=5 November 2015}}</ref> It was downsized and rebranded as Stone Day in 2012.<ref>{{citation|url=|archiveurl=|archivedate=19. september 2012|date=16. september 2012|title=Stonefest Returns As ‘Stone Day’ – 2012 Lineup Announced |first=Kiel|last=Egging|publisher=Music Feeds}}</ref> ThereDer areer numerousmange barsbarer andog nightclubsnatklubber, whichsom alsoogså offerhar livelevende entertainmentmusik, particularly concentrated in the areasisær ofi [[Dickson, Australian Capital Territory|Dickson]], [[Kingston, Australian Capital Territory|Kingston]] andog [[City, Australian Capital Territory|the city]].{{sfn|Vaisutis|2009|pp=283-285}} Most town centres have facilities for a community theatre and a cinema, and they all have a library.{{sfn|Universal Publishers|2007|pp=10-12}} PopularPopulære culturalkulturbegivenheder events include theomfatter [[National Folk Festival (Australia)|National Folk Festival]], the [[Royal Canberra Show]], the [[Summernats]] car festivalbilfestival, [[Enlighten Canberra|Enlighten]] festival, the [[National Multicultural Festival]] ini Februaryfebruar and theog ''Celebrate Canberra'' festival heldafholdt over 10 days indage Marchi inmarts conjunctionsammen withmed Canberra Day.{{sfn|Vaisutis|2009|pp=278}}
[[File:Canberra Nara park.JPG|thumb|right|Canberra–Nara park with [[Kasuga Shrine|Kasuga]] [[Tōrō|stone lanterns]] framed by the gate]]