Our First People’s Educator Di-Di Vaha’akolo shares some special drawings from our River of Language exhibition
Acknowledgement of Country poster
Learn about National Reconciliation Week by making your own Acknowledgement of Country poster.
Bunjilaka respectfully acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the Country on which we stand, and we pay our respects to First Peoples across Victoria and Australia.
Language – Boonwurrung and Woi wurrung
Prepare to get your creative juices flowing through fun facts, project ideas and videos.
Curriculum-linked resources for remote classrooms or home-based learning.
Explore Melbourne Museum through mini-websites, audio tours and virtual tours on Google Maps.
Explore our collections online
An invaluable record of Victoria's environmental and cultural history.
Mindfullness Meditation: Great Otway National Park
Reboot your brain and immerse yourself in the magic of the Otways.
The timeless and living art of possum skin cloaks
Possum skin cloak making is flourishing in 2019.
Under fire: The animals threatened by Australia’s bushfire crisis
If there’s one place in the world that knows about extinction, it’s a natural history museum.
A Museum Membership will give you free, unlimited general entry to Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks & Immigration Museum, a range of discounts and exclusive events.
You'll also get access to our Just for Members area featuring live Zoom events, museum expert Q&As, activities, puzzles, downloadable Zoom backgrounds and more!
Shop educational gifts and toys at Museums Victoria Store
Keep little hands busy at home with museum puzzles, toys and activities.
Build a solar system, excavate for dinosaurs, learn about the human body, or discover the secrets of the natural world in your own backyard. And for the big kids, we’ve got everything from slow puzzles to conversation menus to keep brains busy.
Listen and Learn, Together
Museums Victoria is committed to placing First Peoples’ living cultures, histories and knowledge at the heart of all we do.
Our role in connecting people with the past, to help them make sense of the present, to create a better future, has never been more important.
Scienceworks at Home
If you're feeling like a star without its galaxy at the moment, take a virtual visit to Scienceworks and get your STEM fix from the couch!
Immigration Museum at Home
Delve deeper into Victoria's immigration history – read personal stories of migration and discover your own origins.