Entry to Melbourne Museum and Bunjilaka.
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.
A series of intimate evenings of music and conversation, inspired by our latest blockbuster exhibition, Revolutions: Records to Rebels.
On this tour you will discover all things dinosaur at the Palaeontology Store these school holidays.
Nocturnal proudly celebrates NAIDOC Week with a Bad Apples Music takeover featuring: Briggs, Alice Skye and Soju-Gang
Ever wondered who looks after all the live plant and animal displays at Melbourne Museum?
Discover how social media is connecting refugees - and learn about its impact on Museums Victoria’s engagement with refugee culture and collections.
Join us for the final talk of our discovery debate series Money, Trade and the Human Experience.
Ever wondered what do Museum staff do? Ever pondered what's behind closed doors?
Come and play in our newest program for 3 to 5 year olds.
You say you want one, but did we have one? (A local revolution that is.)
Join conservator Alice Cannon for a contemplation on how books can be lost, destroyed, damaged and saved.
This show-and-tell offers a unique insight into the relationship between Museums Victoria and the renowned ornithologist and publisher, John Gould, through rarely seen items from the library and archives.
Join one of our experts to hear about astonishing histories of thefts from major Australian cultural institutions that have occurred across their histories, including thefts of valuable rare books.
Three library experts discuss their experiences in marketing and promotion of rare books.
Join us as our speakers explores what it means to be young and Blak working in the GLAM Sector
Join us for the public launch of National Science Week 2019 at Melbourne Museum.
Discover this amazing story of cross-cultural knowledge exchange between the museum and the Yaghan community in South America.
Join an early morning, small group tour of Melbourne Museum before it opens
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.