Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House is a living museum of social and political history, located in a nationally listed heritage building in Parkes, Canberra. The Museum of Australian Democracy at Old Parliament House helps people to understand Australia’s social and political history by interpreting the past and present and exploring the future.
Historic Houses Trust of NSW information on the events, collections, and key historical buildings, including museums, that the Trust is responsible for within NSW.
The National Capital Authority Attractions information on historical attractions and events managed by the National Capital Authority, including The National Capital Exhibition, Commonwealth Place, Reconciliation Place, Old Parliament House Gardens, and Anzac Parade.
Canberra Day Trip from Sydney Including Parliament House and Australian War Memorial,
Take a day trip from Sydney to Canberra, the capital of Australia, to explore the city’s attractions and architecture. Accompanied by a guide, learn about the futuristic planning that makes Canberra one of the world’s most modern cities, and visit Parliament House and the Australian War Memorial. Plus enjoy free time to check out either the National Museum of Australia or the National Gallery of Australia. Select your preferred departure location when booking. see more info and booking details from Viator (multiple currencies, select yours in top left of their pages)
National Museum of Australia Indigenous Exhibition Songlines – Tracking the Seven Sisters exhibition,
Visit the National Museum of Australia and immerse yourself in the epic saga of the Seven Sistersã a journey into the heart of Australia. Intrigue, desire, drama, passion and beauty …connect with the songlines of the Seven Sisters. This Aboriginal-led exhibition shares an ancient way of holding culture and telling stories written in the land.See the stories embedded in rock art inside a state-of-the-art digital dome, or visit our vibrant art centre hub where artists create works you can take home. Don’t miss out ã this exhibition is a journey like no other. The National Museum of Australia will host the exhibition from September 15, 2017 to February 25, 2018. Main image: Travelling Kungkarangkalpa in the digital dome. Photos: Sarah Kenderdine, Peter Morse and Paul Bourke. Seven Sisters rock art with permission of Walinynga (Cave Hill) traditional owners. see more info and booking details from Viator (multiple currencies, select yours in top left of their pages)
National Museum of Australia: Museum Highlight Tour,
Visit the National Museum of Australia and experience our Museum Highlight Tour. MUSEUM HIGHLIGHTS TOUR: This tour provides an overall impression of each of the Museum’s five galleries. It offers an excellent general introduction to the National Museum of Australia. Our guides are highly knowledgeable about the Museum and can explain the history and stories behind the objects On display in the galleries. Our guides provide interpretive tours, designed to enhance the visitor experience and facilitate questions and conversations on subjects of interest. Guided tours make the most of everything your guests will see and experience at the National Museum. see more info and booking details from Viator (multiple currencies, select yours in top left of their pages)