Celebrate Australia Day

 

Enjoy general entry at concession price to a selection of our historic houses and museums, experience a musical installation and help build a giant LEGO® cruise ship all on Australia Day.

Build a LEGO® cruise ship

Head to Museum of Sydney where only on Australia Day, you can help build a giant cruise ship with LEGO guided by Australia’s only certified LEGO professional, Ryan McNaught. Participation is free and you’ll also go in the draw to win a P&O family cruise. Registration is recommended.

Afterwards, see our current exhibition, Sydney Harbour Icons with LEGO® Bricks at the Museum of Sydney. Bookings are essential. 

Experience the last day of Pleasure Garden at Vaucluse House

Enjoy the final day of our special presentation of Pleasure Garden in partnership with Sydney Festival at Vaucluse House.  Immerse yourself in the beautiful pleasure garden transformed by artist Genevieve Lacey into an interactive instrument that combines 17th century music by Jacob van Eyck with newly composed music. 

Discover Sydney’s story in the city

Join a tour at Susannah Place Museum to discover the stories of the hard working families who lived in The Rocks. Then, make your way to Macquarie Street to visit the Hyde Park Barracks Museum.

Relax at our historic houses, take a free family tour or get crafty

Join a free family friendly tour and keep the kids busy with crafts throughout the day at Vaucluse House, Rouse Hill House & Farm, Elizabeth Farm and Elizabeth Bay House.  Or treat yourself to a high tea at Vaucluse House Tearooms (reservations essential).

Enjoy concession entry for general admission to the following museums and houses:

Visitors at The Tank Stream

 

The Tank Stream ballot is now openTuesday 28 February 2017

Ripe olives on small sprig with leaves.

The Cook and the Curator

An oily businessThursday 23 March 2017

Group of five people.

Hyde Park Barracks

Irish Minister of State visits Hyde Park BarracksFriday 17 March 2017

 

The Stewart Symonds Sheet Music CollectionFriday 17 March 2017

The Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection has recently acquired an important collection of 19th-century sheet music provenanced to people living in NSW.

Fresh mushrooms with spice box and glass bottles of sauce.

The Cook and the Curator

Let’s katchup sometimeThursday 16 March 2017