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Seaside stroller tours: for babies and carers

When

Friday 28 January from 10:30am to 12pm Friday 28 January from 12:30pm to 2pm Monday 21 February from 10:30am to 12pm Monday 21 February from 12:30pm to 2pm

Cost

Adult: $23Member Adult: $15Babies: Free

Tours and play for carers with children from 0 to 18 months.

Join our carers and babies tour through new exhibitions. Enjoy delicious refreshments from Ripples café, adult-friendly conversations in the exhibition and baby play time in a sensory space. Strollers, front packs, baby-slings and breastfeeding welcome. 

Upcoming tours

Monday December 13, 10.30am or 12.30pm 

  • Tour: Wildlife Photographer of the Year

  • Play: Sensory Jungle  

Friday 28 January, 10.30am or 12.30pm 

  • Tour: Summer highlights

  • Play: colour and shape 

Monday 21 February, 10.30am or 12.30pm

  • Tour: One Ocean Our Future

  • Play: colour and shape theme

Can't make a session?

You can now book a Stroller Tour on demand for your group! Cost: $230 per group (maximum 10 adults per group). Includes: morning / afternoon tea refreshments and exhibition entry.

Make an enquiry for your preferred date: bookings@sea.museum.com

Covid-safe information

To ensure safe distancing our tours have been reduced to half the usual capacity, our play experiences have been modified and additional hygiene measures are in place. Find out more about the museum’s Covid-safe practices.

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