- Year levels
- Group size
Up to 90 students
2 hours with Museum educator
$15 per student, minimum charge 45 students (each session)
Monday–Wednesday, 5–7pm, 7–9pm
Have you ever wondered what happens after the Museum’s doors close?
Museum After Hours is an interactive night-time experience uncovering intriguing stories from history. Students explore the Museum galleries after dark through a range of immersive activities linked to colonial Australia, migration and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures.
To provide students with a brief overview of the Museum’s galleries by introducing them to the Museum’s main themes and the links between objects.
- Introductory activity — students are introduced to the history of the site on which the National Museum of Australia stands.
- Gallery activity — working in groups under adult supervision, students explore the Museum’s galleries to investigate objects and stories.
- Reflection activity — students consider why the Museum displays particular objects and discuss what objects could be included on display.