Australian Museum Science Festival
Hands-on science activities, talks, shows and workshops for school students at the Museum, in Sydney suburbs and NSW regional locations.
Australia's Biggest Science Festival
The Australian Museum Science Festival (AMSF) aims to bring together different sectors of the scientific community to educate and excite the next generation about science. It achieves this by providing students, teachers and community members the chance to experience hands-on science.
It provides an opportunity for people to talk to scientists from leading institutions, and to discover the future that science can bring through attending expo booths, talks, shows and workshops.
August 12-14: primary schools
August 16: community event
August 19-21: high schools
Bookings essential. Please see our contact details below.
For bookings or more information, please call our Science Communications team on (02) 9320 6389 or send them an email.
We also organise corporate events, public science lectures and Scientist for a Day events (as part of the Museum's school holidays program).
We’d like to thank our major sponsor 3M, our outreach and host partners Charles Sturt University and the University of Western Sydney, and our supporting partners ANSTO and Inspiring Australia. Their amazing support and expertise towards science literacy has helped us increase scientific understanding and highlighted the important role science has in creating a sustainable, brighter future.