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NGV Kids

Activities, installations and programs for families with children aged 0 to 15 years.

What's On for Kids

NGV Kids Corner has transformed into a time capsule with the launch of a new exhibition, Time Catcher.
Through a diverse range of works from the NGV Collection and a variety of hands on and multimedia experiences, children and their families can explore the way art has been used to interpret key moments in time and develop an understanding of the world around them.
Now Open
Time Catcher

26 Jan – 11 Nov 2012

Getting Here
Kids Corner
Federation Square
Flinders Street

Opening Hours
10am – 5pm daily

Further Information
Parent/carer supervision required

NGV Kids Space: An Excellent Adventure will invite children on a journey inspired by a time when sailing ships explored the seven seas. Peek into cabinets of curiosities to examine ushabti figures from Egypt, ancient stories recorded on artworks from the Mediterranean and Asian symbols found throughout the NGV collection. Through hands on and multimedia experiences, children aged 0 - 8 and their families can explore the world through art. Excellent!

Coming Soon
Kids Space: An Excellent Adventure
Opens 31 Mar 2012 

Getting Here
NGV Kids Space
NGV International
180 St Kilda Road

Open Hours 
Closed Tuesdays
Further Information
Parent/carer supervision required
For groups of 10 or more ring 8662 1555, 10am–5pm daily


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