The classics never get old and the iconic spots in the city for the kiddies are no exception.  Explore how, when, and why ‘science pops up everywhere' at Scitech these school holidays! Help to build the most marvellous marble-run possible, see mind-blowing experiments brought to life at pop-up science carts, experience exciting explosions in their new ‘Under Pressure’ show and discover all sorts of fascinating science hidden around Scitech in a special scavenger hunt using the ActionBound app. Book here.

The Art Gallery of WA will host a one-month program that celebrates the diversity of First Nations culture in WA with Blaklight. Learn to sculpt small creatures from raffia and coloured wool at the Hands-On Workshops with Sharyn Egan while you rest, yarn, and create together. You can also enjoy a free-guided tour of the gallery-wide celebration of First Nations art through the Blaklight Family Guided Tours, lead by the Voluntary Gallery Guides.

The Bell Tower is offering free entry with a full paying adult these school holidays. You can expect some free activity sheets and the opportunity to have a go at chiming the ancient royal bells. We do recommend heading in specifically on Heritage Perth Weekend (8 - 10 April) as it'll be free entry for all!

While you're in the city for Heritage Perth Weekend, book yourself in for the Nyoongar Language Workshop for Children. Whadjuk Nyoongar language presenter Sharon Gregory will take your little ones through an interactive session where they'll learn about Nyoongar boodja, animal names and even take home a book they've made themselves. Book in and don't miss out!