Get an insider’s view of the University at Open House Melbourne
Fancy a wander through some of the University’s most architecturally interesting spaces?
Over the weekend of 27-28 July, the University of Melbourne is opening its doors to the public as part of Open House Melbourne. Visitors can explore buildings at both our Parkville and Southbank campuses, some with exclusive guided tours and exhibitions on offer.
You can have access to sites like:
The Stables and Martyn Myer Arena
Take a self-guided tour and view First Commissions, a showcase of 30 of our most exciting emerging artists.
The Ian Potter Southbank Centre
Catch chamber music and opera performances at the new home of the Melbourne Conservatorium of Music, along with architect talks, self-guided and guided tours and oculus demonstrations.
Melbourne School of Design Glyn Davis Building
Participate in a celebration of 20th century Australian architecture via the exhibition Australia Modern: from the iconic to the everyday.
Western Edge Biosciences
Visit the newly opened life sciences building, home to three faculties sharing world-class learning and teaching facilities.
Since 2008, Open House Melbourne has facilitated more than 900,000 visits to 934 sites across Melbourne, enabling 229,660 people to explore and celebrate their city.
Find out more about the 11 spaces open for viewing across our Parkville and Southbank campuses.