Indigenous Experiences of Democracy Tour
23, 24, 31 January, or 7 Feb, or group tours by arrangement
Bookings essential, places are limited
45 min tour
On this tour, you will hear stories of how Indigenous Australians and their supporters have taken different pathways to bring about change, many of which led them here – the seat of Federal Parliament between 1927 and 1988.
Visit heritage spaces including the Senate, Prime Minister’s Office and House of Representatives, and learn about the contributions of leaders and activists like Senator Neville Bonner, Wenten Rubuntja, Charlie Perkins and Faith Bandler – and share your reflections with us.
Public Health Emergency – COVID-19 Pandemic
A Public Health Emergency has been declared in the ACT for the response to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Museum of Australian Democracy may need to disclose your contact details for contact tracing purposes if requested by an ACT Health Authority. If you do not wish your contact details to be disclosed for contact tracing purposes, you must notify the Museum at the time you purchase your ticket. Information about the ACT’s Government’s COVID-19 response is available upon the ACT Government COVID-19 Website.
Booked group tours
Tour bookings are available at other times for groups.
2 - 10 participants: $50
11 - 20 participants: $100
Other group sizes and after hours by arrangement.
Phone 6270 8222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to make a group booking.
We are happy to discuss a discount or waiver of these charges if they pose an obstacle to participation in this tour by your group.