The hotel is located a short drive or stroll to many of Australia's National Galleries, Parliament House, Royal Australian Mint and The High Court are just some highlights
Canberra's iconic Parliament House is 3km from Crowne Plaza Canberra. Join a guided tour, book a seat in the Senate gallery to hear the best of Question Time, or take in the art collection, highlighted by Tom Boyd's forest-inspired Great Hall Tapestry.
The National Gallery is custodian of the world's largest and most outstanding collection of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art. It is located a short 10 minutes from the hotel via Parkes Way.
Try wine tasting at Brindabella Hills or become a connoisseur of prize-winning Rieslings and Cabernets at Helm Wines. Jeir Creek’s cool-climate wines remain a hot commodity for visitors. The cellar door offers tastings and sample plates of Indian food, a nod to the family’s Varanasi heritage. Highly recommended is a tasting of Jeir Creek’s museum wines.
Journey into the world of science at Questacon, Canberra's National Science and Technology Centre, 2km from the hotel. Engaging exhibitions and theatrical demonstrations unravel our understanding of such things as balloons, explosions and tsunami.
Asking our Concierge about wine tasting tours. Fields of vine blanket the ridges above the Murrumbidgee River, 25km away. Pause for tapas and wine tasting at Brindabella Hills or become a connoisseur of prize-winning Rieslings and Cabernets at Helm Wines.
The Australian War Memorial commemorates the sacrifice of Australians who died in war or on operational service and includes a shrine, a world class museum and an archive. There are regular changing exhibitions and events, along with a children's Discovery Zone. Every day at 4.55pm, visitors can view the moving Last Post Ceremony in the Commemorative Courtyard. Crowne Plaza Canberra is only 2km from the Australian War Memorial, a 7 minute drive or 25 minute walk.
The National Flim and Sound Archie is Australia’s premier audiovisual archive. Items including film, radio, television, sound, documents and more are collected, shared and preserved for future generations.