Goulburn Regional Art Gallery


Family Art Visits always on at Goulburn Regional Art Gallery

Admission: Free!

Enjoy a fun and easy introduction to art with Family Art Visits, a brief, hands-on gallery experience geared for families. It can take as little as 5 minutes, or as long as you like to linger.

If you let us know you’re coming, a gallery teacher will meet you in the gallery foyer and take you to a family-friendly work of art on display in the gallery. You might meet a very old oil painting, an animal sculpture, or a photograph. You and your family will look and learn together as you participate in fun activities such as re-creating that artwork, drawing, role-plays, or a treasure hunt to find similar things in other works. Activities and works of art change each exhibition, making each visit a new experience. OR If you and the family just want to pop in to the gallery to see what’s on, chances are that you can make your own fun with your children at the blackboard or easel, with the coloured pencils and paper and the activity sheets relating to each changing exhibition.
We’d like to know what your children think about the artworks and we will publish a selection of children’s’ responses to the art each exhibition.

After your Art Visit, we can suggest other family-friendly works of art in the collection that are online that you can view to practice your new skills at looking and talking about art.

You are always welcome at GRAG!


Children' s Activity Room

The Gallery has a permanent children's room where families can enjoy some quiet activities after viewing the current exhibition.  Activities include paper based craft, kinetic sand, puzzles, books and dress ups!  These activities are available at all time during Gallery opening hours from FREE!



Cnr Church & Bourke Sts. Goulburn NSW 2580
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Open Monday-Friday, 10 am – 5pm Free entry. Saturday 1-4pm

goulburn.art REGIONAL GALLERY is a cultural facility of Goulburn Mulwaree Council and receives support from the New South Wales Government through Arts NSW, M&G NSW.

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