National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

Please note, while restrictions put in place to respond to COVID-19 are easing, there may be some changes to business-as-usual to keep workers and visitors safe. Please contact the business for the most up to date information, including opening times and social distancing measures.

The NFSA is open daily Monday - Sunday.

Our cafe Biginelli Espresso is open at the NFSA Wednesday – Saturday (please check our website for times), and one hour prior to start time for events. The cafe is closed Sunday - Tuesday.

PLAN YOUR VISIT - COVID-19 INFORMATION
Check our program, so you know what is on offer on the day you plan to visit.
Book your ticket! All events will now require pre-booking so we can adhere to capacity restrictions. General access to the building or Hive does not require a booking.
Feel confident that we are taking extra measures to ensure your safety.
Help us protect the community by adopting safety measures when visiting.
For the health and safety of other visitors and our staff, please do not visit the NFSA if you are required to be in quarantine or to self-isolate
Please visit our website for further details, including our safety measures and COVID-safe plan.

DETAILS

OPENING HOURS

Daily: 10am-4pm , except Xmas Day and New Year's Day

COSTS

Not specified

Location

National Film and Sound Archive of Australia

McCoy Circuit, Acton, Australian Capital Territory, Australia

Features

Carpark

Conference/Function Facilities

Family Friendly

Non Smoking Establishment

Reviews

TripAdvisor traveller rating

BASED ON 212 REVIEWS

Ranked #18 of 51 Fun & Games in Canberra on TripAdvisor

“Not What I Remember”

Reviewed on 21/11/2020

Ok...so this was called ScreenSound when I last would have visited so that sort of dates how long since I’ve been there (before 2004).
Did look at the website before visiting, found it difficult to...

Review by

Sydney_AustraliaDee

“Sunday morning films”

Reviewed on 03/10/2020

My husband and I visited on a Sunday morning. The theatre had a continuous selection of films playing. Seeing Sydney in 1966 was very interesting and to hear some of the attitudes of the time was...

Review by

jaynic

“Waste of space”

Reviewed on 31/07/2020

First day reopening for the museum and subject to Covid restrictions. There is absolutely nothing to do or see here. We spent 5 minutes in an empty theatre watching some Torres Strait Islanders tie...

Review by

Dumbledore2

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