'Changing face of Victoria' tour

Join a free guided tour to see highlights of the Changing face of Victoria exhibition in the Dome Galleries, running daily from 2pm to 3pm, except public holidays.

08 January 201831 December 2018
Bookings not required, except for groups. Tel 8664 7099 for more information. Meet in front foyer at 2pm.
LocationMeet in front foyer
Accessibility Has wheelchair access

Join a free guided tour of the magnificent domed La Trobe Reading Room and see highlights of the Changing face of Victoria exhibition. Discover the people, places and events that have shaped Victoria. Meet historic characters from infamous bushranger Ned Kelly to ill-fated explorers Burke and Wills, and learn about the everyday lives of generations of Victorians.
New items and stories are added to this exhibition twice yearly, revealing different aspects of the Library's historic collection.

The Changing face of Victoria  exhibition is on Level 5 of the Dome Galleries, overlooking the La Trobe Reading Room in the heart of the Library.
Tours are held daily from 2pm to 3pm, except public holidays and exhibition changeover.

Meet in the Library’s front foyer at 2pm to join a tour. Please note that no tours will run from 14 to 25 May whilst the Changing face of Victoria exhibtion is closed for installation of new artworks. Note: this tour is for the general public. For school tours, browse our range of programs for primary and secondary school groups, led by education professionals.

Please note: The Changing face of Victoria tour will not be running on The Queen's Birthday public holiday, Monday 11 June.