Australia's first Islamic museum is attracting huge interest from schools more than a month before opening its doors in Thornbury early next month.

The $10 million Islamic Museum of Australia will open its doors to the public and school groups on March 3.

Education director Sherene Hassan said more than 30 schools from throughout Victoria, as well as Tasmania and South Australia, had contacted the museum to organise a tour.

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