Our children’s trails are available online or as free printed booklets at the Gallery. They are designed to engage young children aged 6-12 with selected objects and images in the Gallery and our exhibitions. They present looking and interpreting, drawing and writing activities for children to do in front of the art with extension ideas for activities away from the Gallery.
Many of these suggestions can be adapted for use at home or in the classroom, even if you can’t visit or the particular artworks are not on display.
Pop to popism
Have fun exploring Pop to popism and have some art of your own.
European prints and drawings 1500-1900
Have fun exploring European prints and drawings 1500-1900 and make some art of your own.
Archibald Prize 2014
Have fun exploring the Archibald Prize 2014 and make some art of your own.
Plumes and pearlshells
Have fun exploring the exhibition Plumes and pearlshells: art of the New Guinea highlands and make some art of your ...
People and places
Explore the Gallery’s ground level and find a wonderful world of people and places.
Have fun exploring the exhibition Afghanistan: hidden treasures from the National Museum, Kabul and make some art of your own.
Have fun exploring the exhibition America: painting a nation and make some art of your own.
A Silk Road kids adventure
Children’s activity related to the exhibition A Silk Road saga: the sarcophagus of Yu Hong
Have fun exploring the Sydney moderns exhibition and make some art of your own.
Have fun exploring 20th- and 21st-century Australian art in the collection and make some art of your own.
Have fun exploring contemporary art in the collection and make some art of your own.
Have fun exploring the art in our 19th-century Grand Courts and make some art of your own.
Have fun exploring Chinese art in the collection and make some art of your own
Discover the genius of Picasso and his art.
The First Emperor
Discover China’s entombed warriors.
art + soul
Go on a journey through Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander art
Discover the people, fashion, stories and colours painted by Rupert Bunny.
Paths to abstraction
Explore how artists changed our way of seeing the world through abstract colour, mood and shape.