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8 September 2017
With school holidays about to commence, parents and grandparents are likely scratching their heads about how to entertain these little treasures. Here are our top 5 things to do in Melbourne.
#1 Royal Melbourne Show
For a day of fun, cute farm animals and exhilarating rides that will keep the kids stimulated all day is the annual Royal Melbourne Show. Packed with entertainment and hundreds of sample bags, it’s one full day you can tick off your list.
#2 Fiona Hal Uneasy Seasons at the NGV
The NGV is not only an artistic escape for adults but children too. With regular exhibitions catered for kids, it’s a creative venue for a day out in the city. At the current exhibition, kids will learn about the environment whilst taking part in making activities.
#3 Bug Lab at Melbourne Museum
While adults squirm at the sight of bugs, the kids will undoubtedly squeal in delight at the Bug Lab at Melbourne Museum. Learn about the life of critters and watch them come to ginormous life at the IMAX screening of Bugs: Mighty Micro Monsters in 3D.
#4 Royal Botanical Gardens
Retreat to the tranquillity of the gardens for a relaxing afternoon exploring the expansive gardens and with Spring in the air, it’ll be a nice break from the city and it’s FREE. The Children’s Garden has been designed for kids to interact and learn more about their natural surrounding.
#5 Glow Golf
For a unique experience why not play miniature golf in the dark. With 18 holes of themed fun, kids of all ages will have a ball.