La Trobe's Cottage
Original home of Victoria's first governor Charles Joseph La Trobe from 1839 to 1854.
Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
Huge riverside complex of two buildings hosting events, expos, and trade shows throughout the year.
A beloved Melbourne landmark, the Windsor is Australia's only surviving grand Victorian city hotel.
Women Work for Victory in WWII
Explore the story of women on the home front during the Second World War.
The Johnston Collection
House-museum showing fine and decorative arts from the Georgian, Regency and Louis XV periods.
Murray White Room
Hidden down a laneway off Exhibition Street, this contemporary art gallery has regular exhibitions.
Wild: Amazing Animals in a Changing World
Experience Wild: Amazing Animals in a Changing World one last time before the exhibition closes.
Aboriginal Melbourne walk
Discover Melbourne's Aboriginal heritage and culture on this walking tour of significant sites.
THE LUME Melbourne
Immerse yourself in the work of Van Gogh at Australia's digital art gallery.
One of Australia’s most stimulating exhibitors of contemporary art and design.
Celebrating the history, culture, achievements, and survival of Victoria's Aboriginal people.
Maclay Heriot: Dirt, Dust and Grain
Exhibition of music photographer Maclay Heriot at Leica Gallery.
Melbourne Recital Centre
Combining cutting-edge architecture and acoustic innovation with a unique focus on music.
Yarra: Stories of Melbourne's River
Explores the chequered history of the stream we call the ‘city’s river’.
Original and Authentic Aboriginal Art
Fine Aboriginal art from the Central Western Desert, the Kimberley and Arnhemland.
Melbourne Digital Time Capsule
Explore what Melbourne really looked like during the 2020 lockdown.
A not-for-profit arts space with two galleries and a theatre.
Boho Luxe Market and Glamping Festival
The 2021 Boho Luxe Market and Glamping Festival brings that Byron Bay vibe to Melbourne.
See exhibitions on art, history and design at one of Melbourne's many galleries and museums.