Museum Tours
We are not offering tours in 2018

Important Announcement : Metro Tunnel disruption.
last updated: Friday 13 April 2018

Due to the Metro Tunnel works on Grattan St. a significant proportion of the specimens have been put in storage and we will not be offering tours for the next year (or more depending on how long the drilling phase lasts)

:
Maximum total of 30 people per tour.
Young people aged 15-18 are required to get parent/guardian consent.
Please specify the requirements for your visit, eg – tutorial, workshop.

Access fees

GROUP

BOOKING

CAPACITY

DURATION

COST (inc.GST)

VCE

Tour with guide

25 students

Approx. 1 hour

$200.00

Other (entitled)

Tour with guide

25 visitors

Approx. 1 hour

$200.00

Other (entitled)

Access (no guide)

25 visitors

1 hour

$95.00

Secondary School Students

Tours of the museum are available to secondary students enrolled in relevant VCE subjects, and can be booked using the book a tour form. VCE worksheets can be downloaded below.


DOWNLOAD VCE WORKSHEETS

  1. Biology [PDF 1.2MB]
  2. Physical Education [PDF 1.3MB]
  3. Psychology [PDF 711KB]
  4. Human Development [PDF 464KB]

General Public & Other groups

Other groups working in or studying an anatomy/pathology related field may book a tour of the museum. Alternatively, external groups who are studying related disciplines can make a booking to use the facility without a tour guide. Accompanying tutors are welcome with these groups.

Visit

University of Melbourne
Medical Building
Cnr Grattan Street and Royal Parade
Parkville, Victoria

The museum is located on Level 3, East Wing of the Medical Building (Tri-radiate or Building 181).  The building can be entered via the main entrance on Grattan Street. The nearest tram stop is Stop 10 Royal Melbourne Hospital (Route 19), corner of Grattan Street and Royal Parade.

Opening hours

Collection is not open to the general public. Swipe card access is provided to students enrolled in Anatomy and/or Pathology.

Monday to Friday
8.30am to 5.30pm

Closed Saturdays and Sundays