En-trails: The bad joke tour of the Australian Museum

Laugh your way around the Museum with our awful jokes on this tour. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Skeleton Gallery - rocking chair

Skeleton Gallery - rocking chair
Photographer: Carl Bento © Australian Museum

We'd love to hear your Museum jokes too! Add them below.
Skeletons, Level G

When does a skeleton laugh?
When something tickles his funny bone.

Planet of Minerals, Level 1

How did everyone know the volcano was angry?
Because it was fuming.

Egyptian mummy, Level 1

What did King Tut say to the museum?
I want my mummy!

Chapman Gallery, Level 1

What did one rock say to the other rock?
Nothing, it’s a rock.

Search & Discover, Level 2

Why is the letter ‘t’ so important to a stick insect?
Without it, it would be a sick insect.

Birds & Insects, Level 2

Why do seagulls live near the sea?
Because if they lived near the bay, they would be called bagels.

Dinosaurs, Level 2

Why did the dinosaur cross the road?
Chickens hadn’t evolved yet.

Surviving Australia, Level 2

What do you get if you cross an elephant and a kangaroo?
Big holes all over Australia!

Indigenous Australians, Level G

What do you call a boomerang that doesn’t come back?
A stick.

Wildlife Photographer of the Year, Level G (See our What's On calendar for dates)

What did the crocodile say to the photographer?
Make it snappy!

I hope you've enjoyed our 'dad jokes'. They were put together by our very own dad joke champion, David Bock. We'd love to hear more from you, so add your jokes and comments below!

Sophie Masters , Manager, Visitor Services
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