100 Tiny Dinosaurs
Dinosaurs have escaped the Mini Mega Model Museum and are hiding from the staff. Where, oh where could they be? Join the prehistoric search and help us find out.
Mini Mega Model Museum
Welcome to the Mini Mega Model Museum, where the apples are wax, the Colosseum is small and the models really work!
Melbourne Museum 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
NAIDOC Week: Always Was, Always Will Be
Celebrating First Peoples histories, cultures and knowledge systems, and peoples.
Native Australian Bees
Learn about bees with our BeeZine – a little magazine full of fun activities and facts about three Australian Native Bees.
Prepare to get your creative juices flowing through fun facts, project ideas and videos.
Curriculum-linked resources for remote classrooms or home-based learning.
Cooking with Love
Enjoy making (and eating!) these delicious recipes inspired by science, culture and history.
Just for Members
Live events, museum expert Q&As, activities, puzzles, Zoom backgrounds and more.
Relive the good old days
Step back in time with music, photos, quizzes and activities from the past. Perfect to explore with family and friends!
Unboxing the museum
Our expert staff take you on an exclusive tour behind the scenes of our museums, to “unbox” some of their favourite objects.
We’ve turned some of our much loved collection items and galleries into online puzzles.
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.
Museums Victoria Store
Keep little hands busy with museum puzzles, toys and activities.
The puzzle of Melbourne’s small and ancient seals
‘Landmark’ study rewrites the history of seals in southern Australia thanks to fragmentary fossils washed up on a Melbourne beach.
Five creatures ‘invading’ southern seas
The seas off south-eastern Australia are in the midst of great change.
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.
Who are the moth hunters?
Meet the citizen scientists who are, literally, discovering new species in their backyards.
You won't miss a day at your museums! All active and new memberships will be extended for the period that the museum remains closed.
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!