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a little girl

Introducing our toddler program (BOOKED OUT)

Wednesday 4 April 2018, 10.00am – 11.00am

Time for the under-fives to have fun and explore the Museum. Join us on the first Wednesday of the month in a series art-making, storytelling and gallery exploration activities.

Suitable for ages 3–5 years and their carers.

Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Monday 16 April 2018, 10.00am – 11.30am

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

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Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Monday 16 April 2018, 11.30am – 1.00pm

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

a starfish

Afternoon play space

Monday 16 April 2018, 2.00pm – 3.30pm

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018
(note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)

Play, read or relax in our Bay Window play space or try one of the self-guided activities inspired by our current exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $2 child drop-in
Bookings not required, places limited
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

Image right: Starfish – Archaster angulatur, by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, 1800–04, watercolour on paper. Museum of Natural History, Le Havre

Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Tuesday 17 April 2018, 10.00am – 11.30am

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Tuesday 17 April 2018, 11.30am – 1.00pm

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

a starfish

Afternoon play space

Tuesday 17 April 2018, 2.00pm – 3.30pm

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018
(note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)

Play, read or relax in our Bay Window play space or try one of the self-guided activities inspired by our current exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $2 child drop-in
Bookings not required, places limited
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

Image right: Starfish – Archaster angulatur, by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur, 1800–04, watercolour on paper. Museum of Natural History, Le Havre

Poster for movie, 'Long way north'

Mkids movies – Long Way North

Tuesday 17 April 2018, 3.00pm – 5.00pm

2015, rated PG

Set in the 19th century, a young Russian girl, Sasha, embarks on an adventure-filled quest to find her grandfather, a renowned scientist and explorer who has not returned from an expedition to the North Pole.

Cost: Mkids free, Friends full members free, $5 non-members. Join Friends
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (booking fees apply)
Visions Theatre

Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Wednesday 18 April 2018, 10.00am – 11.30am

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

Discovery voyages school holiday program

Discovery voyages: Adventures of the seas

Wednesday 18 April 2018, 11.30am – 1.00pm

Weekdays 16–20 April and 23–27 April 2018 (note: no program on Anzac Day, Wed 25 April)
10–11.30am and 11.30am–1pm

Ahoy explorers and artists! Join us these school holidays for art and science activities inspired by our exhibition, The Art of Science: Baudin’s Voyagers 1800–1804.

Be part of Captain Baudin’s crew and make your own telescope, then work with an artist from NatureArt Lab to paint your own nature-inspired artwork and share your family’s journey on our giant map.

All ages, children must be accompanied by an adult
Cost: $10 child, $7 Mkids
Bookings essential: Eventbrite (fees apply) 
Bay Window

More on the Museum's school holiday activities

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