A wondrous place for babies to 5-year-olds where children will explore, play and learn.
Celebrating the history, culture, achievements and survival of Victoria’s Aboriginal people.
An Interactive exhibition made from LEGO® bricks is heading to Melbourne Museum.
Melbourne Museum and Sovereign Hill present 1850s daywear in fascinating detail. Experience the secrets of the 1850s Victorian silhouette
Over 600 birds, reptiles, mammals and amphibians from around the world.
Walk among skeletons of prehistoric animals.
Artworks from The Torch's Indigenous Arts in Prison and Community program.
The origin and evolution of life in Victoria.
The most immersive cinematic experience in the world.
One of the world's most destructive conflicts recalled through the experiences of eight people.
An exhibition packed with icons of the city's past and present.
Watch a writhing mass of hungry eels gobble up their lunch!
The amazing world of insects and spiders!
Walk through a stand of Victoria's mountain forests in the middle of the city.
A fun place to learn about interesting stuff.
The processes and mechanisms of evolution.
Explore Bunjilaka's beautiful Indigenous garden.
A brilliant, immersive exhibition about our ever-changing Earth.
Dramatic underwater footage, vivid photographs and rare specimens bring Victoria’s marine animals to life.
Watercraft and other objects from nearly every Pacific Island nation.
View your body inside, outside, up close and over time in this exhibition about our own biology.
An etched zinc wall that spans the north wall of Birrarung Gallery and surrounds the entry to First Peoples.
Think about the workings of your own mind and the minds of others.
Australia's greatest racehorse.
Introduction to the museum's displays.
Discover the history and beauty of this magnificently restored building.
Top Designs 2017 showcases the work of Victoria’s best young emerging designers.
Discovering charismatic, up-and-coming scientists who inspire people to see the world from a new perspective - in just three minutes.
Come and explore our visual illusions and discover how things are not always what they seem.
Monthly seminar series presented by Museums Victoria's Humanities Department.
In this lecture Andrew Jamieson will discuss the forthcoming exhibition Syria: Ancient History – Modern Conflict in the Ian Potter Museum of Art’s Classics and Archaeology Gallery at the University of Melbourne.