ACMI celebrates last weeks of WONDERLAND with incredible lineup of events

In Travel News by The H4C Team

If you haven’t yet seen the Alice in Wonderland-inspired exhibition WONDERLAND at Melbourne’s Australian Centre for Moving Image, now’s the time to go. Closing early October, the immersive and interactive exhibition is going out with a bang, offering an impressive lineup of fabulous events in its last weeks. From live music to technology-integrated experiences, there’s plenty to keep you curious.

Sure to entice Australian music-lovers, ACMI will play host to Cool Room curated acts such as Divide and Dissolve, Makeda, Papaphilia and DJs. A real highlight of the exhibition, Indigenous Australian singer/songwriter Thelma Plum will perform at the museum on October 6. Also promising to be a hit with visitors, special Wonderland High Teas will be available throughout September and October – the perfect way to top off a day at the museum.

Top off a day at the museum with high tea or catch a live performance

Of course, there’ll also be the exhibition itself to check out, featuring plenty of unique artworks. Discover them all for yourselves with the Lost Map of Wonderland, a companion device with interactive animation sequences and challenging riddles. Popping in for a visit after a day spent exploring Melbourne? ACMI will also stay open late for WONDERLAND’s final Friday and Saturday nights – now you have no excuse to miss it!

To find out more about ACMI’s WONDERLAND or its lineup of events, visit the museum’s website here.