Quiet Mornings

Dates

Wednesday 19 June |  8.30am  11am  

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Cost

Included with General Admission | Registration required

Join us for Quiet Mornings at Boola Bardip, offering a calm museum experience with early access, reduced crowds, gentler exhibits, and support aids for a peaceful visit.

Designed for everyone who appreciates a quieter museum setting, Quiet Mornings features:

  • Early Opening: Access the Museum before regular hours
  • Reduced Crowds: Enjoy fewer visitors for a tranquil experience
  • Modified Exhibits: Interactives will be toned down where possible
  • Designated Quiet Areas: Take breaks in specially designated areas
  • Support Aids: Sensory maps, communication boards and sensory backpacks are available.

Quiet Mornings is a new program adapted from our previous Quiet Hour program. Listening to community feedback we have created a program with greater flexibility, adaptability and regularity.


Quiet Morning Schedule 

Wednesday 19 June
WA Treasures and Reflections exhibitions | Sensory Map       

 Saturday 20 July
 Changes and Origins exhibitions | Sensory Map

Wednesday 14 August
Ngalang Koort Boodja Wirn and Innovations exhibitions | Sensory Map

Saturday 14 September
Wild Life and Connections exhibitions | Sensory Map

Wednesday 23 October
Wild Life and Connections exhibitions | Sensory Map

Saturday 23 November
WA Treasures and Reflections exhibitions | Sensory Map

 Wednesday 18 December
 Changes and Origins exhibitions | Sensory Map


Event Information

All ages are welcome. Children must be accompanied by an adult guardian.

Please be aware at 9.30am the Museum will open to the general public, who will have access to the other Museum spaces. The Quiet Morning session in the designated galleries will continue until 11am.

WA Museum Boola Bardip welcomes visitors of all abilities. We aim to provide an inclusive, accessible and enjoyable experience for everyone.


The Museum has collaborated with the Autism Association of Western Australia to develop inclusive support for year-round visits. For more resources and information, visit the Association of Western Australia website.