The Museum's Education team presents a wide range of hands-on LEOTC education programmes.
Education programmes are available from 8.30am to 5pm every weekday during school terms. We are happy to tailor our offerings to suit your learning outcomes and class needs.
Tūhura Otago Community Trust Science Centre, Perpetual Guardian Planetarium and Science Discovery programmes incur a small fee. All others are free.
Contact our Education team for more information.
Preparing for your visit
All levels of the Museum are accessible via wheelchair.
Class groups are required to be accompanied by a minimum number of adults to assist with supervision and to maximise the learning experience:
- Secondary: 1 adult per every 10 students
- Primary and intermediate: 1 adult to every 6 students
- Early childhood and preschool: 1 adult to every 4 children
The Museum cannot guarantee available car parks. There is a park for buses at the front of the Museum Reserve on Albany Street.
We have limited storage for school bags and would appreciate if these could be restricted to needs only.
All class groups should enter the Museum through the main entrance and sign in at the Info Desk. You will be asked to note the number and levels of your students.
Risk management support
Prior to your visit, please familiarise yourself with the Museum's guidelines and read our risk management support form.