Witness the grandeur of the vast empire of ancient Rome and share stories of everyday life, worship, war, glory and death, through more than 200 intriguing and beautiful objects from the British Museum.
10–11am and 1–2pmThis guided tour provides an excellent introduction to the Museum, exploring highlights from our our permanent exhibition galleries.
The Journeys gallery explores the fascinating journeys of people and objects that connect Australia to the world.
The First Australians gallery is located on two levels and traces the experiences of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their spirituality, diversity, identity and survival.
The Landmarks gallery is located on two levels and features over 1500 objects. It explores Australian history since European settlement, through stories of Australian places from across the continent.
Take a guided tour with one of our hosts to learn about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, their history, culture and connection to country in our largest exhibition gallery.
Based on the popular television series, Bush Mechanics: The Exhibition is more than a showcase of old cars and clever repairs. It also explores the importance of the car in the outback and provides insights into the life and culture of the Warlpiri people of Central Australia.
Hear local poets recite the works of their Ancient Roman counterparts. These informal talks will take place inside the exhibition and last for about 15 minutes.
The Museum is extending its hours one day a month for visitors who prefer a quieter experience in our Rome: City and Empire exhibition. Designed with the help of Autism Spectrum Australia (ASPECT), quiet hours offer reduced sensory stimuli and smaller crowds.
Join us for two stories that will delight our toddler members. Story time will be followed by craft activities and morning tea. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Bookings essential. Join Museum Friends and Mkids
Join Museum staff for a look at their favourite object on display in Rome: City and Empire. These informal talks will take place inside the exhibition and last for about 15 minutes.