Explore the history of humanity – how we have shaped the world, and how the world has shaped us – in this major exhibition from the collection of the British Museum.
Until 29 January 2017
Personal objects chosen by the eight extraordinary 2017 Australian of the Year finalists to tell us something special about their lives, aspirations and experiences.
16 December 2016 to February 2017
Through the works of desert artists and the stories of traditional custodians, this exhibition tells the story of the Canning Stock Route's impact on Aboriginal people, and the importance of the Country surrounding it. Free.
Until June 2017
A graphic banner exhibition showcasing excellence in contemporary park design. Developed by the National Museum of Australia in collaboration with the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Free.
Until 30 April 2017
Journey through Australia with treasured objects from the Museum's collection, based on the theme of travel. Free.
Multimedia moving theatre providing Museum visitors with an overview of the galleries, the Museum's collections and Australian history. Free.
Eternity brings to life the personal stories of ordinary and extraordinary people. Free.
The First Australians gallery introduces visitors to the two Indigenous groups in Australia - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people - and shows the wide diversity of languages and cultures within these groups. Free.
Explore the voyages that connect Australia to the world. Share personal stories of some of the people who have travelled to and from Australia over time. Includes some of the Museum's latest acquisitions and oldest treasures. Online interactives, video and audio programs, and education resources. Free.
Artworks, objects and stories revealing the history and vitality of the Torres Strait. Free.
Landmarks is a National Museum gallery exploring a broad history of Australia through stories of places and their peoples. Free.
The Old New Land gallery explores Australia's environmental history. Free.