Ticketing and venue information
Top Designs 2019 will take place at the Melbourne Museum from Saturday 30 March to Sunday 14 July 2019.
Entry to Top Designs is free with museum entry. Students can enter Melbourne Museum for free.
Top Designs webpage on the Museums Victoria website for more information about museum entry, dates and education forums.
School visit information page on the Museums Victoria website for information about education bookings.
Top Designs is held at Melbourne Museum, located in Carlton Gardens between Rathdowne St and Nicholson St, Melbourne.
Public transport near Melbourne Museum
Melbourne Museum is located a short walking distance from train,
bus and tram services.
Parliament Railway Station
City loop train to Parliament Station.
Nicholson St trams
Tram route 86 or
tram route 96 to corner of Nicholson and Gertrude Streets.
City Circle trams
City Circle Tram to Victoria Parade.
Rathdowne St buses
Bus routes 250, 251 and 402 to Rathdowne Street.
Local bicycle facilities include bike lanes on Rathdowne St and Canning St. There is also a shared pedestrian/bike path on Nicholson St. Bicycle racks on the Plaza provide ample bike parking just outside the front door.
For more information about visiting Melbourne Museum, please go to the
Melbourne Museum website.
Melbourne Museum has wheelchair access within the museum to get around the exhibition spaces with ease. A variety of seating options within different areas of the exhibition space are available if rest is required.
Guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs are welcome at the Melbourne Museum. The Top Designs exhibition space has good lighting and object labels adhere to larger print/clearer font/colour contrast requirements.
Audio described tours will be presented in 2019. Please visit the Melbourne Museum website for bookings and further information, or call Melbourne Museum on 13 11 02.
Guide dogs and other registered assistance dogs are welcome at the Melbourne Museum
Screen based works at Top Designs are subtitled.
For information about venue accessibility, visit the
Melbourne Museum accessibility webpage.