First Australians Tour | 3pm Daily

Canberra, Australia
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FIRST AUSTRALIANS TOUR departs at 3pm daily.

Visit the National Museum of Australia and experience the world’s oldest living cultures of the Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. The First Australians Tour provides an insight into Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples' history, cultures, spirituality and connections to country, with a focus on the First Australians gallery.

The best way to see and experience the National Museum of Australia is to take a guided tour.  Our highly knowledgeable guides bring the objects to life by explaining the history and stories behind them.  Guided tours in languages other than English are available by advanced notice, please email [email protected]

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Wheelchair accessible. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Stroller accessible. Present your either printed or electronic voucher (e-vouchers) with photo ID to matching the booking name in exchange for your activity. Without proof of purchase and photo ID, the Museum reserves the right to charge visitors for the cost of the tour per person.. Service animals allowed. Near public transportation. Transportation is wheelchair accessible. Surfaces are wheelchair accessible. Most travelers can participate. On arrival proceed to the Information Hub to redeem your voucher. Wheelchairs, prams and motorised scooters are available for hire from the Information Desk. This tour/activity will have a maximum of 15 travelers. Confirmation will be received at time of booking

What's included
First Australians Tour. Entry/Admission - National Museum of Australia
What's not included
The listed price does not include a parking fee, payable at the time of arrival to the Museum car park.. Food and drinks
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03:00 PM

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can-cancel You can cancel your tour until a day in advance
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