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.
Visit the National Museum of Australia and experience the worlds oldest living cultures of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples.
The best way to see and experience the National Museum of Australia is to take a guided tour. Our highly knowledgeable guides bring the objects to life by explaining the history and stories behind them. Guided tours in languages other than English are available by request.
FIRST AUSTRALIANS TOUR departs at 3pm daily. This tour provides an insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples’ history, cultures, spirituality and connections to country, with a focus on the First Australians gallery. Guided tours in languages other than English are available by request.