What's on: Aztecs Exhibition

Presented by Adventure World. Experience one of the world’s greatest civilisations in this extraordinary exhibition of cultural treasures.

Aztecs #2

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New Members receive FREE exhibition entry, discounts on Aztecs events and more! 

Event Type:
Special event
Date:
13 September 2014 to 1 February 2015
Time:
09.30 AM to 05.00 PM

This blockbuster exhibition features more than 200 priceless artefacts and dramatic multimedia that tell the story of the spectacular and ultimately tragic rise and fall of the Aztec empire.

Experience the epic but fleeting 500 year old story of the Aztec civilisation which was home to gods and demons, warriors and slaves, nobles and commoners.

Step into their world and marvel at the extravagant possessions of the Aztec emperors while exploring their sacrificial rituals and uncovering the mysteries of the Aztec afterlife.

Some of the many exhibition highlights include a life-size Eagle Warrior sculpture, intricate models of Aztec gardens and marketplaces and a scale model replica of the Great Temple, Huey Teocalli, a site considered to be the centre of the universe.

There is something for visitors of all ages with a character trail for children to collect fun stamps and discover who they might have been in the Aztec world.

Tickets (available at the door from Saturday 13 September)

  • Prices (including general admission):
    $24 Adult
    $14 Concession/ Child/ Pensioner
    $62 Family (2 adults + 2 children)
    FREE Under 5 years old
  • Members prices (including general admission):
    $9 Adult
    $6 Concession/ Child/ Pensioner
    $24 Family (2 adults + 2 children)
    FREE Under 5 years old

Other events

We'll also be celebrating Aztec culture with a special program of tours, talks, evening events and school holiday activities to be announced:

Night Talk Series

A Mexican Evening

Tour of Mexico

Presenting Partner

This exhibition was developed by the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa in partnership with Mexico’s National Council for Culture and the Arts and the National Institute of Anthropology and History (CONACULTA–INAH), as well as the Australian Museum and Museum Victoria.

Organised by

SEP
SEP
Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Estados Unidos Mexicanos
Conaculta-INAH
Conaculta-INAH

Supporting Partner

Media Partners

Touring Partner

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