Get ready to build your curiosity! A brand new exhibition for babies to 5-year-olds.
Experience the Planetarium after hours for an evening of fully immersive cinema in our new event series especially for adults.
Enjoy the holidays with a range of hands-on, creative and immersive activities and tours.
Illuminate your eyes, ears and mind.
Visit our newest place of wonder, Ground Up: Building Big Ideas, Together before the museum opens to the public.
Discover the story of flight from the earliest dreams of flying to the jet engines of today.
Discovering imperceptible worlds through science and technology
Celebrate the most romantic day of the year with a starry-eyed evening at Melbourne Planetarium.
Discover how to program robots in this beginner workshop for adults, zero experience required.
Discover the power of LEGO® Mindstorms® EV3 robots and coding in this introductory workshop.
Get rolling with Sphero robots in this introductory workshop.
Curious about coding? Come along to this introductory workshop!
Stretch your mind and your muscles.
A tour filled with stories of old Melbourne and Victorian engineering feats.
What will the future be like?
See highlights from our historic collection and discover some of Melbourne’s fascinating past.
Join Jack Larson on a wild ride through our Solar System as he searches for a new world to call home.
Sessions during school hours may include school groups.
From blue jets to red sprites, anvil lightning to St Elmo’s Fire, explore the remarkable properties and mysteries of lightning.
Uncover the mysteries of the stars in this Planetarium show.
Meet Tycho, a dog who doesn’t just howl at the Moon, but wants to go there.
Imagine a place where time stands still and the known laws of physics don’t apply.
When the seasons go crazy Annie and Max must set things right and discover a new angle on the world.
All-sky astronomy is a new way of looking at the sky to better understand our Universe – and it's happening in Australia!
Take a trip to the far reaches of space, with our Scienceworks presenters as your tour guide.
A new way – the oldest way – of looking at the night sky.
When is a planet not a planet?
A dramatic and different way of looking at our climate.