Nights at the Museum
Time Out says
There's more time to explore the newly renovated Australian Museum after dark on Thursdays – and live music to boot
The Australian Museum is keeping its lights on till the end of June with a stellar lineup of beats and exhibitions to explore after hours, and general admission is free.
Every Thursday the museum will grant access to its fascinating collections and exhibitions, including Unsettled, in which First Nations voices reveal the hidden stories of devastation and survival. And Spark, where you'll gain insight into Australia's climate change-busting innovations and technologies. Budding palaeontologists can get creative in Prehistoric Playground, a creative playspace where kids (and the young at heart) can design their own dinosaur or make a paper pterodactyl.
There'll also be a pop-up bar, atmospheric lounge area and live music sending celebratory vibes through the newly renovated halls.
The event runs from 5pm to 9pm, entry is free and tickets are not required. Check the Australian Museum’s website for the full program.
Nights at the Museum is part of the NSW Government’s Culture Up Late initiative.
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1 William St
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