Kids & families

Explore the gardens and exhibitions at Heide Museum of Modern Art and discover fun for the whole family.

    A museum pass is valid for the whole day so you can walk in and out of the galleries, explore the sculpture park or have lunch in the café. Museum entry is free for children under 16. Buy a museum pass.

    Heide at Home activities

    Some creative online activities to keep little hands occupied at home!

    Construct your own caravan

    Learn how to construct your own caravan based on Pont de l'Archevêché by Bob Jenyns!

    Download the instructions and either a black and white template (if you want to design your own) or a colour template to get started.

    Watch our fun video tutorial to help you along the way.


    Play detective around Heide and follow clues around the gallery and sculpture park. Trails can be printed at home or collected from the Heide III information desk, in the main entrance to the museum.

    Sculpture park detective

    Solve the sculpture mystery

    Explore Heide's sculpture park with these fun Sculpture Park activities!


    Sculpture Sounds

    A FREE musical adventure through the sculpture park for kids and their grown ups

    Play now!

    Kids&Families_SculptureSoundsSpot, © the artist

    Our top 5 tips for families

    1. Take on our Heide Detective challenge; a great way to entertain kids in the gallery.
    2. Make the most of our facilities: cloakroom and changing facilities can be found in the museum and Café Heide has yummy treats for kids.
    3. Bring a picnic and let the kids run around the sculpture park.
    4. Get involved in one of our programs for kids and families such as Heide Art Kinder, Art Babies or get creative in a school holiday activity.
    5. Walk around the kitchen garden and see what veggies our gardeners are planting.


    Our ever popular Art Kinder and Art Babies programs ensures fun for the whole family.
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    Budding artists will love our creative school holiday workshops.
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