Does your child love nature and animals? Well, Melbourne Museum’s got the ultimate playdate for you!
On Wednesday March 21, the museum's celebrating the International Day Of Forests with two special Forest Playdate sessions aimed at kids aged two to five. Little explorers will be able to spot birds and frogs, hug trees, discover the wonder of living cubbies and discover the special Forest Gallery with a real-life bush expert.
Session times are 10am-11am and 2:30pm-3:30pm and the Forest Playdates are included in the Museum’s regular admission fees. Book your tickets now from their website.
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