Open Monday – Friday
10.00am – 5.00pm, last entry at 4.00pm.
Open to school bookings from 9.30am Tuesday – Friday.
June long weekend, Monday 12 June 2017
Open for special programs and events outside of these hours.
|Children (16 years and under):||FREE|
|NSW Seniors Card holders pension & concessions:||$8|
|Student card holders:||$8|
|Sydney Living Museums Members||FREE|
|Australian Museum Members||FREE|
|Members of Museums Australia Inc||FREE|
Pre-book your tickets online for priority entry to the Museums Discovery Centre.
|School and education groups*:||$10 / learner|
|RAM equity schools||$5 / learner|
Group tours require minimum 8 people. Maximum 15 people for Deep Collection Store tours.
|Visible Collection Store:||$10 / person|
|Deep Collection Store**:||$20 / person|
*Includes home school and vacation care groups.
Entry to the Museums Discovery Centre is via the TAFE gate on Green Road, just off Showground Road.
There is limited free parking onsite at the Museums Discovery Centre. Drive through the TAFE and enter the Discovery Centre grounds, following the arrows to the Main Entrance and park near the Windmill.
Free overflow parking is also available in the TAFE carpark.
Bus and Truck entry is limited to the entrance on Windsor Road.
For bus timetables and routes either phone the Transport Information Line on 131500 or go to the website.
Parking onsite is limited, but free. Parking is also available in the adjacent TAFE carpark accessible via the Green Road gate.
Green Road is the best entry to the Museums Discovery Centre, although access is available via the Windsor Road and Showground Road gates.
There is additional parking available on Victoria Road. Pedestrian entry is through Showground Road.
Bus and truck entry is only available through the Windsor Road gate. Bus parking in designated bus bay (near the windmill).
Disabled parking is available onsite (not during Open Weekends)
The Museums Discovery Centre has a small gift shop near the admissions counter.
You can also find a selection of Museum and Applied Arts and Sciences publications at the MAAS online store.
Food and Cafes
There is no onsite café, however catering is available for pre-booked groups and events.
No food or drink are permitted in the collection stores – there are designated areas for consuming food and drinks.
We aim to provide venues, exhibitions, programs and services which can be enjoyed by all visitors, including those with disabilities.
MAAS, AM and SLM are affiliates of the NSW Government’s Department of Ageing, Disability and Home Care’s Companion Card program. This means that carers who accompany a person with a disability will be eligible for free entry on presentation of their Companion Card. Visit the Companion Card website for more information.
Visitors using wheelchairs are able to access the Museums Discovery Centre exhibition and seminar facilities via a lift. Toilets are located inside the building. There is a toilet which can accommodate a wheelchair.
We welcome visitors of all ages to the Museums Discovery Centre. If you are visiting with small children, note that prams are not permitted in the galleries. Please cloak your pram in designated pram cloaking area near the main entrance. For babies in arms, you may consider bringing a baby carrier with you to use within the building.