Learning is how we make sense of our world and museums play an important role in nurturing quality learning for children.
We strive to create a welcoming environment that encourages children’s natural curiosity and offer a range of vibrant programs with opportunities to learn about our exhibitions, displays and history.
The Women’s Museum of Australia is a rich resource for stimulating student learning across a range of subject areas.
You can choose a self-guided visit where you are free to explore our exhibitions which meet your school group’s specific learning and curriculum needs or arrange for one of our guides or the Curator to present on your chosen topics.
We have developed a comprehensive educational resource package linked to the primary Australian History Curriculum.
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Please ring first to book your school’s visit.
Costs $2 per student for local schools.
Other schools $4 per student.
Free entry for teachers.
10 am‑5 pm every daily or by appointment.
Old Alice Springs Gaol,
2 Stuart Terrace,