Past and future technologies collide at SmartBar for some megabyte-sized fun!
Recharge your batteries and plug in to spot-talks and activities at Melbourne Museum's next SmartBar, exploring vintage machines, retro technologies, the future of 3D and the origins of electronic music.
Take a trip down memory lane with our experts who will explore:
Food and drinks will be available for purchase on the night.
To avoid the queue, buy online (select 'Promotions and Special Events') and print and bring your ticket with you.
SmartBar is an 18+ event
We're really sorry about you not receiving an email about the Smart Bar - our bad! Dates for the next Smart Bar will be announced tonight - stay tuned.
Thanks for pointing this out, the event is definately over 18s only.
Yes, the Science & Life Gallery will be open on the evening so all things Dinosaurs will be viewable! We look forward to seeing you!
The Afghanistan Exhibition won't be open, but there will be plenty of talks, activities and exhibitions to enjoy! It's great that you enjoyed the last Smart Bar :)
Hi Huw, each SmartBar is based on a different theme exploring our collection, research and exhibition areas. However we will consider repeating popular themes in the future.
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Hi Belinda, the Melbourne Story, Birds of Paradise and some parts of Bunjilaka will be open for SmartBar 29.11.12. Your ticket gives you access to these galleries, as well as our program of talks and activities. There will be food available in the Museum Cafe, but it will be a selected menu, with items priced between $5 - $15.
Future SmartBars will feature different areas of the museum, depending on the theme, and different talks and activities.
Hi Lina, our online transaction fee is to cover costs charged to us by our ticketing and bank providers. But you can certainly book onsite or via our bookings office to avoid the transaction fee for Smart Bar. Hope this helps.
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Hi Bob! I imagine it was the Red-Browed Finch you saw on the sign. Glad you enjoyed your visit!