Best Things To Do With Kids In Melbourne – Pauline Gandel Children’s Gallery At Melbourne Museum

When visiting Melbourne with little tackers in tow, the Pauline Gandel Children's Gallery is a must visit. It's a brilliant and immersive playspace for kids from 0-5 years of age. A two storey-high netted climbing tree takes centre stage, surrounded by lots of tunnels and hidey-holes to crawl through. There's magnetic blocks to stack, bugs to discover and even a mirrored camouflage disco.

Babies will love the soft play areas...

If you need some fresh air an nature time, head outside to the beautiful gardens and go on a fossil dig in the sandpit.

Or spend some time with that thirsty frog, Tiddalick

MONEY SAVING TIP - If you're planning a repeat visit to the Melbourne Museum, a Museums Victoria Membership represents excellent value at just $79/year for a Household Membership (2 adults and 4 children up to 16 years). It will give you unlimited free general entry at Melbourne Museum, Scienceworks and Immigration Museum, as well as a host of reciprocal venues throughout Australia (including the fabulous Questacon in Canberra).

Pauline Gandel Children's Gallery @ Melbourne Museum

Address: 11 Nicholson St, Carlton VIC 3053
Phone: 13 11 02
Hours: Open daily 10am–5pm
(closed Good Friday and Christmas Day)

Entry to the Children's Gallery is included with museum entry

Museum Entry Fees:
Adult: $14
Child/Concession: Free

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