Experience Ancient Rome after dark
Friday 18 January 2019, 5–10pm
- Bookings essential
$35 adult, $30 concession, $25 Museum Friends
Visit our Rome: City and Empire exhibition, grab a drink at the bar and learn grisly details about life in Ancient Rome from our expert speakers.
Catch the roaming Romans and immerse yourself in everyday Roman life with the National Military Re-enactment Group.
Try your hand at a game of tabvla and experience some of the tastes, sounds and scents of Rome.
Top the night off watching a cult classic film in our Garden of Australian Dreams (weather permitting).
Friday 18 January 2019
Join us for a look at the city at night with Emeritus Professor Elizabeth Minchin from the Centre for Classical Studies at the Australian National University. What happened in Rome after sundown? We have read about extravagant parties and social gatherings, but what about less privileged people and those who earned their living after darkness fell?
- Rome exhibition open 5–8.30pm
- Gandel Atrium Bar, 5–8pm
- The city at night with Elizabeth Minchin, 6.30–7.30pm
- Garden of Australian Dreams and Garden Bar, 7.30–9.30pm
- A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (rated PG) screening from 8pm