Pylon Lookout & Museum
**THE PYLON IS CURRENTLY ONLY OPEN FOR SCHOOL GROUP TOURS & EVENT HIRE**
While the Pylon Lookout & Museum is temporarily closed to the public, exclusive bookings for school groups are available. Our Pylon School Tours are suitable for any age. Enquire today for details.
In addition, if you're interested in holding an event at the Pylon, our team can make it happen! Please contact us to discuss your requirements.
Inside the Museum
The Museum contains a comprehensive collection of educational displays and artefacts that celebrate the construction of the Bridge, sharing the challenges of our forefathers.
Spanning across three levels, discover how the Bridge was constructed, the people behind its design and build, plus the stories and historical images of the opening celebration. This includes rare video footage, as you wander up to the open-air lookout.
Climb the 200 steps to the very top of the Pylon, where you will be rewarded with spectacular panoramic views of the city of Sydney, its stunning harbour, the Sydney Opera House and of course, the Sydney Harbour Bridge itself.
The glass view finder at the 360-degree observation area will guide you to locate Sydney’s surrounding suburbs, seeing as far out as the Olympic Stadium in Homebush Bay and the Blue Mountains!
Access to The Pylon is via the pedestrian pathway on the Eastern side of the Bridge from the city side (use the ‘Bridge Stairs’ or the pedestrian lift in Cumberland Street, The Rocks). If you are coming from the North side, use the steps or lift near Milsons Point Railway Station.
Please note the entrance is not accessible from the base of the Pylon at Dawes Point Park.
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In Honour and Memory
The honour roll recognises the individuals who worked on the construction of the Sydney Harbour Bridge between 1922-1932; including remembrance of the 16 men who lost their lives from injuries sustained on the job.
If you have a relative or friend that is not included on this roll, please download the Pylon Workers Form so that we can be sure to include them in permanent memory.