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Exhibition Talking Blak to History Time: 9am–5pm Date: Daily Ticket information: Free

Talking Blak to History in our First Australians gallery features powerful objects and stories that speak to the aftermath of colonisation, of survival and resilience.

Event Family trails Time: 9am–5pm Date: Daily Ticket information: $2, Mkids free

Discover the stories behind some of the amazing objects on show in our galleries. Two self-guided family trails are available, for ages 2–5 and 5–8 years. See what you can find along the way.

Exhibition The Trevor Kennedy Collection: Highlights Time: 9am–5pm Date: Daily until 10 October 2021 Ticket information: Free

See stunning artworks, furniture, jewellery and ceramics in The Trevor Kennedy Collection: Highlights exhibition.

Event Object Club – What made Marion Mahony Griffin’s hair stand on end? Time: 10.30am–11.30am Date: Friday 25 June 2021 Ticket information: Free, bookings essential Ticket information: Book tickets

Join Dr Anne Watson as she explores Marion Mahony Griffin's pioneering work as an environmentalist, humanist and urban planning advocate in Australia. Exclusive to Museum Friends. Join Friends

Tour Building and architecture tour Date: Daily Ticket information: Costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

10am and 2pm
This guided tour provides an insight into the stories and meanings hidden in the Museum building, design and landscapes. Please wear appropriate footwear for walking outside.

Experience Kspace Time: 9.30am–4pm Date: Daily Ticket information: Costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

30-minute sessions, one booking per session. Bookings essential
Play the Museum’s interactive adventure game, fun for kids and adults alike.

Exhibition Piinpi: Contemporary Indigenous Fashion Time: 9am–5pm Date: Daily until 8 August 2021 Ticket information: Free

Piinpi is a celebration of Indigenous art, history and culture through contemporary fashion and design. This exhibition brings together a selection of garments and textiles by First Nations designers and artists from around Australia.

Tour Host talks Date: Daily Ticket information: Free

On the hour between 10am and 4pm
Join a free 10-minute host talk in our First Australians or Landmarks galleries or the Garden of Australian Dreams.

Exhibition Yidaki: Didjeridu and the Sound of Australia Time: 9am–5pm Date: Daily until 26 September 2021 Ticket information: Free

Opens 25 June 2021
Discover the power of the didjeridu and its meanings with the Yolngu people, cultural custodians of the instrument they know as yidaki.

Event Curious curators: Build your own museum diorama Time: 10am–11.30am Date: Every weekday Ticket information: Costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

Weekdays 28 June to 9 July 2021
Two sessions available at 10–11.30am or 11.30am–1pm

See amazing objects from the Trevor Kennedy Collection then join us in a hands-on activity with local artist Nicci Haynes and create your own mini museum diorama. Bookings essential

Event Curious curators: Build your own museum diorama Time: 11.30am–1pm Date: Every weekday Ticket information: Costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

Weekdays 28 June to 9 July 2021
Two sessions available at 10–11.30am or 11.30am–1pm

See amazing objects from the Trevor Kennedy Collection then join us in a hands-on activity with local artist Nicci Haynes and create your own mini museum diorama. Bookings essential

Event Chill-out zone Time: 1.30pm–3pm Date: Every weekday Ticket information: Free, places limited

Weekdays 28 June to 9 July 2021
Join us for some self-guided activities inspired by the Trevor Kennedy Collection: Highlights exhibition.

Time Traveller's Book Club – Champlain’s Dream Time: 11am–12pm Date: Tuesday 29 June 2021 Ticket information: Free, bookings essential Ticket information: Book tickets

Join us as we discuss David Hackett’s sweeping historical biography of Samuel de Champlain and the French attempt to settle in North America. More than two-thirds of the French inhabitants of North America today are descendants of the 1,100 French men and women who came to Quebec between 1630 and 1680. Exclusive to Friends. Join Friends

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