Museum access for all
All public programs at the National Museum of Australia are accessible for all audiences.
The Museum's dedicated access team works to create opportunities that are inclusive and accessible for people of all abilities, age, backgrounds and circumstances, across its galleries, exhibitions and programs.
The access team can facilitate small workshops, which consider the specific needs of your group.
Programs run for 90 minutes and include an in-gallery experience, a hands-on workshop and a take-home element.
We have run interactive art and music workshops, reminiscence workshops, facilitated discussions, gallery tours, tactile and multi-sensory workshops.
Contact us to discuss your needs and we can tailor a workshop for you.
Cost: $8 per participant; $5 Museum Friends; free for carers.
We can help organise and assist in your personal or group's participation in any of the Museum’s public programs including:
- Discovery Space
- festival days
- the Museum Game
- robot tours
- school programs
- adult programs
- Slow Art day
Contact us with your requirements and details. Program costs may apply.
Check out our family fun at home pages, with free, downloadable instruction sheets to make your own art and craft creations. We also run a digital Slow Art Day event.
Schools and community organisations wishing to visit the National Museum digitally can come on a facilitated robot tour! A cable internet connection is required. Find all the details on our robot tours page.
Plan your visit
To plan the logistics of your visit please read about our access services.
If you have specific access requirements or you are interested in bringing in a group to the Museum and have additional access requirements, please contact us directly.
Tel (02) 6208 5345 (Monday to Friday)
Email access team firstname.lastname@example.org
Email bookings email@example.com
Remember your visit
Find photos of past programs on the Museum's Flickr page.
International Day of People with Disability
The Museum celebrates International Day of People with Disability. A schools spectacular was held in 2014 and an expo and market was held in 2013, in partnership with the ACT Community Living Project. In 2012, young musicians joined the 'Drummers not Plumbers' orchestra.
Drummers not Plummers video