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Australian Centre for the Moving Image (ACMI)


Screen Worlds The Story of Film, Television & Digital Culture


Free permanent exhibition
Open daily 10am - 6pm


Our stunning permanent exhibition will change the way you think about the most pervasive and powerful cultural forms of our time. With an ambitious scope unlike any other exhibition in the world, Screen Worldsbrings together rarely-seen footage, fascinating objects and interactive displays.

From gems of early film to unforgettable TV moments and the latest in digital lifestyle, the exhibition spans the diversity of entertainment and creativity that makes the moving image such a dominant cultural force.

Follow the development of the moving image, and discover the significant contribution of Australians to its story. Engage with spectacular interactive exhibits. Play classic and contemporary videogames. Celebrate the lives of prominent personalities and see their treasures.

Screen Worlds Orientation TourDaily 11am and 2pm > Free
Our free guided orientation tours are the perfect way to begin yourScreen Worlds experience. Tours for individuals and families run for approximately 30 minutes and operate on a first come, first served basis, with a maximum of 15 people per tour. Note: subject to change without notice.


This is a great place for kids to play and learn.

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