The latest interactive exhibit for children by Sydney Living Museums and James Gulliver Hancock.
Sydney Living Museums has the perfect school holiday exhibit for children and families these summer, with the launch of ‘On The Move’. Come along and learn about all things transport at this interactive display.
On The Move is the latest children's exhibition created by Sydney Living Museums in collaboration with renown illustrator James Gulliver Hancock.
Car, bus, train and aeroplane fans of all ages will love discovering fascinating facts about different modes of transport and types of vehicles. There will be plenty of activities to keep them engaged along the way.
Children can construct a paper plane and see how it flies, and build a vehicle of the future to test on the track. Discover how transportation works in busy cities, and how the fuel choices you make can have a positive impact on the environment.
The whole family will learn amazing facts about Australian journeys and inventions, and meet the people behind them. See how vehicles have evolved over time and imagine what they might be like in the future!
On The Move is perfect for children aged 3 to 8 years, and is running from now until Sunday, 18th October 2020 at the Museum of Sydney.
So fly into the Museum of Sydney these school holidays and immerse yourself in all things car, bus, train and plane!
On The Move Exhibition
WHERE: Museum of Sydney, corner Phillip and Bridge Streets, Sydney
WHEN: From now until Sunday, 18th October 2020 during museum opening hours.
COST: Adult $15, Child/Concession $12, Family $38, FREE for under 3s and Sydney Living Museums Members.
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