During Alexander’s history defining campaign through the known world, he discovered many unique and fascinating places and people. Now it’s your turn to follow in the path of Alexander and discover these wonders for yourself! Learn about the awe-inspiring pyramids and mummies of Egypt, the majestic temples and marble columns of Ancient Greece, and the mysterious treasures of Asia Minor. This workshop will include entry into the Alexander the Great exhibition, an archaeological dig where you will uncover your very own artefacts to examine and an exploration of the fantastic journey that helped define one of the most important people in human history: Alexander the Great.
Ages: 8 – 12 years
When: 16 or 17 January, 9am – 3pm
Cost: Members $100, non-members $125
Bookings essential: 02 9320 6389 or www.australianmuseum.net.au
6 College St
Australian Museum and Australian Marine Science Association
The Australian Museum Science Communication department who bring you such events as the Australian Museum Science Festival in August 2014.
Australian Marine Science Association AMSA is Australia's major professional association for marine scientists from all disciplines. The primary goal of AMSA is to advance marine science and its understanding in Australia.