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Can't make it to Melbourne Museum? Take a virtual tour of the Museums exhibitions, hear from a museum expert, dive into learning resources or get inspired by a range of family-friendly activities.
Melbourne Museum and Scienceworks at home. Take a virtual tour of exhibitions, go behind the scenes of the museums with experts, access creative play projects and puzzles featuring collection items as well as educational resources. Museums Victoria’s collections are also available online so everyone can explore Victoria’s environmental and cultural history.
Some of the world’s biggest, rarest, oldest and most fascinating treasures have landed at Melbourne Museum, all the way from London, for the whole family to enjoy. To celebrate the Treasures of the Natural World exhibition, Melbourne Museum have turned some of the touring objects into puzzles! Select your level of difficulty and away you go.
Explore Melbourne Museum through mini-websites, audio tours and virtual tours on Google Maps.
The Magic of Animation
Discover the creativity and innovation of almost 100 years of Disney Animation in ACMI's Melbourne Winter Masterpieces exhibition.
Shown in Australia for the very first time, exclusive to Melbourne, this exhibition contains original sketches and rare artworks from 1928 to the present day, including a world-first exhibit of artworks from Raya and the Last Dragon (2021).
The Walt Disney Animation Studios have been creating extraordinary films for nearly a century, and every film begins with drawings that capture the essence of character, story and emotion.
See over 500 artworks from your favourite animations. Discover how animators use colour to express emotions, and the technical skill of crafting character and storytelling. You can even step inside a scene from the Disney classic Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs.
Be inspired by the incredible artistry behind your favourite characters and discover how drawings are brought to life, from pencil and paper to today’s computer-generated wonders.
13 May – 17 Oct 2021
Gallery 4, Ground Floor
ACMI, Fed Square
More info: www.acmi.net.au
Federation Square, Flinders St, Melbourne VIC 3000
whats on these school holidays
Autumn School holiday’s are fast approaching from Friday 2 April to Sunday 18 April 2021 so we have put together our favourite things to see and do with kids these holiday's, From Melbourne's popular sights to giant Lego Dinosaur's we have it covered.
An adventure 6 million LEGO® bricks in the making. Ryan ‘The Brickman’ McNaught unveils an epic, world-first exhibition at Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre this April that transforms Jurassic World – the blockbuster franchise from Universal Pictures and Amblin Entertainment – into an immersive, must-do adventure that will be the largest LEGO® brick experience in Australian history.
Australia’s favourite pop-up mini golf experience is BACK! Inspired by some of Pixar’s most adored films and is set to take the whole family to infinity…and beyond!
Blender Studios popular Kids School Holiday Workshops are back!
Running on the second week of the school holidays, These hands-on workshops offer an exclusive chance for kids to learn a variety of art techniques and street art mediums from renowned street artists from the famous Blender Studios here in Melbourne. We highly recommend it.
After an overwhelmingly popular first season, Imaginaria - an experience of imagination, technology and play - has extended its stay until late May. Don't miss this futuristic experience.
Barbie Dreamtopia High Tea
The Barbie Dreamtopia high tea theme encourages children to enjoy a morning or afternoon of
indulgence and dream of whimsical unicorns, fantasy fairies and mermaids. Children are encouraged to dress up in whatever they like – from tutus to fairy wings – before
enjoying plenty of treats including Barbie fairy bread, rainbow cupcakes, 'snow'-topped
popcorn pots, strawberry and chocolate rice bubble crackles, mermaid donuts and unicorn cake
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