Education Bookings

Read more about our COVIDSafe school visits for 2021


The History Trust of South Australia’s National Motor Museum is committed to keeping our visitors, our people and our volunteers safe.

As restrictions ease we may have to make changes to programs to continue to keep you and other visitors safe. Please continue to contact us with education inquiries and stay in touch to find out about our digital education programs as they develop.


The National Motor Museum has a diverse range of education programs at Birdwood in the Adelaide Hills or as an dedicated incursion to schools.


The Museum’s education programs are aligned with the Australian Curriculum. If you require a program to be modified for your students’ learning needs. Students can participate in our programs as an excursion to the Museum in Birdwood or our education team can come visit your school.

Making a booking

When planning your visit please ensure you have firm dates and times. To make a booking, send an email to:


Visit the Museum

One education program: $7.50 per student; $3.00 equity (cat 1,2,3,4)

Two (different) education programs: $10.00 per student; $6.00 equity (cat 1,2,3,4)

OSHC holiday programs: $7.50 per student

The Museum at your School

For a cost of $600, $450 equity (cat 1,2,3,4) the incursion includes two classes (extra classes are a further $220) and a choice of two programs.

Programs currently available as an incursion:


The Museum will send your school an invoice after the visit. If you want to pay in advance or on the day please let us know on 8568 4000.

Arrival at the Museum

Please arrive ten minutes prior to your booked time at the main entrance. A Museum Officer will meet you at the front. There is parking available for buses.

Student Lunches and secure bag area

The Museum has an indoor area which students can leave their bags and eat their lunch.  The Museum has other lunch spots suitable for all weather, and in the town of Birdwood there are cafes, bakeries and a supermarket. Please be aware that food and drinks are not permitted inside the Museum.