Revolutions: Records and Rebels looks at the late 1960s as a moment when youth culture drove optimistic idealism, motivating people to come together and question the establishment across every area of society.
ngulu wurneet, galada-al wurrung-u, parniwaru tyalingi, waran woorroong-ee, barringgi dyaling.
Explore the connection between structure and sound in this holiday activity for dinosaur-lovers.
Byron Bay electronic quartet Tora headline Nocturnal with their blissful sounds, with Sampology W/Middle Name Dance Band and Eilish Gilligan DJ set.
Microbes in your gut talk to your brain and body. Your microbes are beautiful. Be immersed. Be curious. Love your guts.
To help your littlie make the most of every single day, we’re opening early with a new play-based learning experience proudly supported by Biostime.
Manggan weaves together recent works from the unique and diverse communities of Far North Queensland.
Senior Curators are joined by Haus of Dizzy founder, Wiradjuri woman Kristy Dickinson to explore contemporary expressions of protest.
Ever wondered what Museum staff do? Ever pondered what's behind closed doors?
A special event for children five years and under to celebrate Children's Week at Melbourne Museum.
See the Nobel Peace Prize medal and diploma awarded to the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) in 2017.
Enjoy a guided tour of the Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre at Melbourne Museum and experience the vibrant cultures of Indigenous Australia
Enter through our locked doors and walk through our empty corridors to meet museum experts as they share the weird, the wonderful and the downright creepy.
Why should adults have all the fun? Melbourne is one of the world's premier Music Cities but it ain’t just for grown-ups.
Heard and seen by the people of Murchison in northern Victoria, this meteorite, became one of the world's most highly studied.
Be inspired by some of Museums Victoria’s rarest native geckos to make your own in our family friendly activity.
Celebrating the history, culture, achievements and survival of Victoria’s Aboriginal people.
This two-and-a-half-day symposium will bring together top Australian and international scientists, students, and early career researchers to explore the techniques for reconstructing evolutionary transformations in vertebrate history.
Celebrate this special day of horse racing with us by dressing up and making race-day accessories.
A wondrous place for babies to 5-year-olds to explore, play and learn.
Come and play in our newest program for 3 to 5 year olds.
Explore Bunjilaka's beautiful Indigenous garden.
Come on a journey of discovery with a program of talks.
Join your friends for Hello Possums Story Time in the Pauline Gandel Children's Gallery at Melbourne Museum.
This school holidays, create your own road safety commercial
The world’s first immersive experience that explores a future free from deaths and serious injuries on our roads.
An etched zinc wall that spans the north wall of Birrarung Gallery and surrounds the entry to First Peoples.
The most immersive cinematic experience in the world.
Join an early morning, small group tour of Melbourne Museum before it opens
Over 600 birds, reptiles, mammals and amphibians from around the world.
Walk among skeletons of prehistoric animals.
Watch a writhing mass of hungry eels gobble up their lunch!
An exhibition packed with icons of the city's past and present.
Walk through a stand of Victoria's mountain forests in the middle of the city.
The amazing world of insects and spiders!
Enrich your visit to Melbourne Museum with a small group guided tour.
A place for visitors to meet staff and find answers relating to the research, collections and the work of Museums Victoria.
The origin and evolution of life in Victoria.
The processes and mechanisms of evolution.
Introduction to the museum's displays.
Think about the workings of your own mind and the minds of others.
Australia's greatest racehorse.
Discover the history and beauty of this magnificently restored building.
Welcome to Te Vainui O Pasifika the great waters of the Pacific peoples.
A brilliant, immersive exhibition about our ever-changing Earth.
Dramatic underwater footage, vivid photographs and rare specimens bring Victoria’s marine animals to life.
Enjoy a glass of wine, coffee and lunch at Melbourne Museum’s Pop-Up Restaurant in May, overlooking the stunning Royal Exhibition Building.