Launceston Tramway Museum
The museum is tram-packed with adventure, complete with a 1940’s tram ride and conductors ready to stub your tickets. Spend the day at Inveresk and visit another great Learning Destination, the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.
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Tamar Island Wetlands Centre and Museum
Weave through tall grasses and over footbridges as you experience this unique wetland ecosystem, which is a haven for a wide array of animals, particularly birdlife. Learn more about the cultural and natural values of the area in the excellent visitor centre.
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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania
The National Automobile Museum is a place where history comes alive. Did you know that the first car to conquer Ben Lomond is on display? You will also see the car that was left hanging from the Tasman Bridge the day a boat collided with the bridge, along with so many fine cars and motorbikes.
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Low Head Pilot Station Maritime Museum
Discover the history of Australia's oldest pilot station, and the pilots who hopped into a boat and guided ships to the safety of a dock, avoiding the Tamar River's treacherous Hebe Reef. Take the ship’s helm, operate the engine room telegraphs, sound the portable fog horn, ring the ship’s bell, operate the maritime lights, and send messages in Morse Code and Semaphore.
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Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
Family learning is at the heart of the museum visit experience and the exhibitions throughout the museum and art gallery have been created to offer inspiration to children and adults alike
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Zoodoo zoo will set you off on an amazing journey to show you how to help to protect the world we share with animals. Zoodoo is offering free entry to Children’s University Tasmania members upon presentation of your Passport to Learning.
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Waddamana Power Station Heritage Site
Explore Hydro Tasmania’s first hydro power station commissioned in 1916 – a unique vision that changed the shape of Tasmania. Tour through the turbine hall, with its mighty Pelton wheel turbines that first began generating electricity over a century ago.
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At the Pooseum talking about poo is not taboo. A fun, unique and family friendly activity. You’ll learn more about poo than you ever thought possible.
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Devonport Regional Gallery
Check out a range of amazing artworks at Devonport Regional Gallery, and why not have a go at their home art activities – material packs can be collected from the front counter at the Gallery.
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The North-West Coast's hive of activity features the largest dome planetarium in the state, the first Tasmanian Science Centre, the Ulverstone History Museum and Art Gallery and much more.
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Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre
The Deloraine and Districts Folk Museum at the Great Western Tiers Visitor Centre will provide you with a fascinating insight into the region's pioneering past.
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Bass Strait Maritime Centre
Explore the natural history of Bass Strait and its islands, European exploration, settlement, early shipbuilders and entrepreneurs, shipwrecks, the impact of steam, creation of the Port City of Devonport and naval history.
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West Coast Heritage Centre
Explore the mining relics in our yard, experience what an underground mine was like in our Crocoite Cavern and see minerals and rocks of every size, shape and colour imaginable at the West Coast Heritage Centre in Zeehan.
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Eric Thomas Galley Museum
This awesome museum has a huge collection of items and photos spread across 30 different rooms. From sport and royalty to mining and military – you will be amazed at what you will discover at the Galley Museum in Queenstown.
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Reflections Exhibition (West Coast Visitor Information Centre)
Have fun learning about the amazing West Coast region whilst walking through rainforest and cave exhibits. Grab an activity sheet and find out things to tell your friends about.
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West Coast Wilderness Railway
Full and half-day steam train journeys along the historic 35km track from Queenstown and Strahan on Tasmania’s wild West Coast. When you visit Queenstown Station, make sure you call into the West Coast Wilderness Railway Museum to find out more about the story of the railway and the people who created it. Entry to the museum is free.
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Libraries Tasmania offer a range of after school activities and school holiday programs across Tasmania. Check in with your local library to see what’s on offer.
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