PlayUP: The Right to Have an Opinion and Be Heard
Join us for Open Air PlayUP in the Senate Courtyard from 23 September 2020
Bookings are essential.
See Open Air PlayUP for information.
The PlayUP exhibition is temporarily closed. We are working hard to get the PlayUP exhibition ready for families to visit again. Thanks for your patience as we put the right systems in place to protect your health and safety. Check our social channels for the latest on our PlayUP reopening date.
Don’t forget we have on-demand episodes of On Air PlayUP available. . Each episode celebrates a day of significance, from World Environment Day to Harmony Week, in a facilitated craft activity at home. Families and educators can dive in deeper with our Family Guides that include games, recipes, music and more for fun and learning at home.
We also invite you to join our Closed Facebook group, the PlayUP Community where you can chat with friends and the PlayUP team in a safe and welcoming online environment.
Stand up, make up, think up and step up at the brand new PlayUP at the Museum of Australian Democracy.
After an exciting transformation, our imaginative family space has all-new hands-on activities to educate, excite and challenge young minds.
Discover PlayUP – The Right to Have an Opinion and Be Heard, where kids can explore the United Nations Convention on the Rights of a Child in a playful way. Adults can even join in the fun too! From listening pods and a roleplay Kindness Café to a fuzzy felt wall and craft activities, PlayUP has a range of exciting and immersive experiences that flip the traditional idea of museums completely on its head.
This creative exhibition space celebrates the role of children in our community and provides a welcoming environment for families to engage in the rights and responsibilities of children through imagination, discovery, roleplay and fun.