Enjoy a day of circus tricks, magic, things to make and draw, amazing tales and even a time machine at the Library!
Join in the celebrations at the Festival de Victor Hugo, and pay homage to the creator of Les Misérables. There will be music, activities, discussions and fun for all the family!
Explore the theatre and backstage, inspired by our Victor Hugo: Les Misérables – From Page to Stage exhibition. For children under 12. Bookings not required, except for groups.
Spend your Sunday with Leigh Hobbs, one of Australia's favourite children's authors, and work together on a giant storybook! Bookings required.
Celebrate the diversity of children around Victoria during Children's Week.
Explore, create and have fun in these interactive workshops for children and adults, based on themes and characters from Victor Hugo's novel Les Misérables. Bookings required.
Celebrate NAIDOC Week with interactive storytelling sessions that explore the cultural heritage of Australia’s First Peoples.
Explore the art of animation in these hands-on workshops for children. Bookings required.
Learn to play chess with an expert these spring school holidays. Bookings essential for kids' workshops; adult sessions are drop-in.
Kids! Visit our exhibition Rome: Piranesi's vision then make your very own travel book. Bookings required.
The Library is open seven days a week, excluding some public holidays.
Monday to Thursday: 10am–9pm
Friday to Sunday: 10am–6pm
328 Swanston St,Melbourne, Victoria 3000 AustraliaTel +61 3 8664 7000
Nearest train station:Melbourne Central
Nearest tram stop:
Cnr Swanston &La Trobe streets
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