TarraWarra Museum of Art and Healesville Sanctuary proudly present a unique collaboration this summer.
Joint Entry Offer
Enjoy a special reduced entry fee, when you visit both TarraWarra Museum of Art and Healesville Sanctuary this summer!
Discover Future Memorials, an exciting new exhibition at TarraWarra Museum of Art exploring the effects of colonialism on Wurundjeri people and seeking new ways to understand and renew the relationship between the past and the present. Then make a pilgrimage to Healesville Sanctuary to actually ‘step onto Coranderrk’, home to the Wurundjeri people, and where the Sanctuary stands today. This joint ticket offer enables you entry to both the Museum and the Sanctuary on the same day, allowing you time to explore our bushland haven for Australian wildlife.
Reciprocal reduced entry fees to the Museum and the Sanctuary can be claimed by presenting a TarraWarra Museum of Art or Healesville Sanctuary ticket purchase receipt when visiting the alternative venue. This joint ticket offer entitles visitors to 10% off the normal ticket price at the Sanctuary (Adult/Concession/Senior) and a $2 deduction from the normal ticket price at the Museum. Offer available unitil 9 February 2014.
Special Combined Tour
Over two special Sundays in January, you can learn about the history of the Coranderrk in a guided tour of the Future Memorials exhibition at the TarraWarra Museum of Art, then take the Spirit of the Land Indigenous walking tour at Healesville Sanctuary, escorted by Wurundjeri Elder, Murrindindi.
Joint tours will run on Sunday 12 and Sunday 19 January 2014 at TarraWarra Museum of Art from 2 to 2.30pm and from Healesville Sanctuary at 3 to 3.30pm (please make own way to the Sanctuary via provided map). Availability is limited to a maximum of 15 people.
For Special Combined Tour prices and bookings visit www.twma.com.au or phone (03) 5957 3100.
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