Onsite school programs
The National Museum of Australia’s school programs are designed for students from preschool and Foundation to Year 12. Check out our curriculum-linked programs.
Dreaming to DreamWorks
Explore storytelling with the Dreaming to DreamWorks Museum educator-led program for DreamWorks Animation: The Exhibition. 12 September until 18 December 2019
Museum educator-led programs
5–12, 60 mins, $5
Students are introduced to the life of a fascinating Australian through key objects, then explore the Museum’s galleries to find more inspiring people in Australian history.
5–12, 90 mins, $7
Students investigate the theme of nationhood by handling objects and exploring the Museum’s galleries.
P–10, 90 mins, $7
Students handle and explore a range of objects to help them understand the ways in which Indigenous cultures have evolved and adapted in the last 200 years.
9–12, 120 mins, $7
Students learn about key people involved in the struggles for rights and freedoms for Indigenous Australians, and how these struggles were shaped by global trends.
P–4, 90 mins, $7
Students handle objects and explore the galleries to investigate how life has changed in Australia over the last 100 years.
3–12, 60 mins, $5
Students are introduced to some of the highlights of the Museum’s galleries in a one-hour guided tour.
5–6, 2 hours, $15
Students explore the Museum galleries after dark through a range of immersive activities.
3–6, 120 mins, $1
Teacher-guided student groups use our Indigenous-themed Unpack the Museum activity bags.
3–6, 120 mins, $1
Teacher-guided student groups use Unpack the Museum activity bags.
F–6, 30 to 70 mins, $3
Students build their own time-travelling robot and blast off to explore one of eight mystery scenes from Australia’s past.
5–12, 20 mins, $10
Students travel to Antarctica virtually using the latest 360-degree technology to follow in the footsteps of the scientists researching this mysterious continent.