Nights At The Australian Museum

  • Fri Feb 05 - Thu Mar 25 2021
  • $0.00

The Australian Museum is opening its doors to the whole family on Thursday nights until 25 March. You'll be able to explore all the wonderful exhibits including the Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family exhibition (paid ticket required), join museum tours, explore the fabulous Prehistoric Playground and much more. 

Nights At The Australian Museum

  • Enjoy the sounds of some of Sydney's best DJs
  • Kids and big kids can get creative in Prehistoric Playground play space
  • Become a Member and discover more of the AM on a Meet the New Museum tour
  • Delve into the collection on a 15-minute 3 Objects gallery spotlight tour where you'll learn the stories behind three key specimens
  • Visit exhibitions Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family (closes 14 March) and Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year
Nights At The Australian Museum
The most difficult decision you will make at Nights At The Australian Museum is what to see first!

Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family

Aspiring palaeontologists of all ages will be enthralled with the colossal collection of skulls, fossil eggs, tyrannosaur skeletons. Come face-to-face with a life-sized T. rex, run for your life in a virtual experience, you can even hatch a dino egg in this interactive exhibition.

The little ones will be kept busy with touch screens, animation, immersive projections, and AI. 

A paid ticket is needed for the Tyrannosaurs – Meet the Family exhibit. Timed ticketing is in place and there is a limited number of tickets available per session, so we recommend you pre-book so you do not miss out! The exhibition is in its final weeks and must close on 14 March.  

Nights At The Australian Museum
Listen to Sydney's best DJ's on Thursday nights at the Australian Museum. 


Where:  1 William Street, Sydney 
When:   5pm - 9pm on Thursday nights until 25 March.
Cost:     FREE

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