Myer Christmas Windows | Visit from 14 Nov 2021 | MYER
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Myer Christmas Windows

A visit to the Myer Christmas Windows has always been a much-loved Australian family tradition. Which one is your favourite?

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Christmas Windows Santa
Christmas Windows Tram

Visiting The Windows This Year

When To Go

Date: 14 November - 24 December 2021
Time: 7:30am - 10:30pm

Melbourne City

314–336 Bourke St
Melbourne, Victoria

We want to make sure the windows are a joyful and safe experience for all. So, please make sure you are keeping Covid safe with 1.5 metres physical distance from the people around you - and if you are feeling unwell please stay home.

66 Years Of Magic

The Myer Christmas Windows have been enchanting Australian families for generations. This year has been tough and we’d love to see you in store, but if that’s not possible, we hope you’ll enjoy this trip down memory lane.

Magic

Myer Mural Hall

Woman and fountain

Hosting historical moments since 1935

Myer Mural Hall is recognised as one of Australia’s most famous art deco interiors. Restored to how it originally stood in 1935, it is a rare and surviving example of Streamline Moderne, sitting high on the sixth floor of Myer City Store.

The grand formal dining room was designed by Sidney Myer himself and was known to host the most glamorous parties and fashion events.

The walls are adorned with ten large-scale murals painted by iconic Victorian artist, Napier Waller. Each piece is a tribute to influential women, celebrating their achievements throughout history in arts, opera, literature and fashion.

Myer Mural Hall looks and feels like it’s from another time, and from the moment you arrive you realise you’ve walked into something special.

What’s On
This Christmas?

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Book Your Santa Visit

Bookings are essential this year! Secure your spot and photo and Santa will be waiting for you. Make sure you're on the list.
CHECK HIS SCHEDULE
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66 Years Of Magic

Take a trip down memory lane and see why a visit to the Myer Christmas window has been enchanting Australian families for generations.
SEE THE HISTORY