Children & Family

Sydney Living Museums is perfect for little imaginations to run wild - from our beautiful historic houses and gardens, to our city museums and programs especially designed for families to enjoy.

Throughout the year we offer a fantastic range of children and family-friendly programs, exhibitions and events across our 12 museums, including school holiday programs, museum kids’ trails, and loads of other exciting things to do.

 

 

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Boy and girl making craft related to homes in the Oak Tree Court at Elizabeth Farm. Photograph © James Horan for Sydney Living Museums

Explore our treasury of children’s activities to keep them amused and occupied on rainy days or quiet moments at home. Here you’ll find print-out patterns, quizzes, stories, games and more.

Girl and boy chopping vegetables in the kitchen, Vaucluse House. Photograph © James Horan for Sydney Living Museums

Foraged from the history books of our houses these recipes are sure to delight the young mind.

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Winter holiday funFriday 24 June 2016

Naidoc Week activities at Rouse Hill House & Farm

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Songlines: Shared Stories of our Landscape Tuesday 21 June 2016

Make Mum a treat

The Cook and the Curator

Make Mum a treatThursday 5 May 2016

Two children in old-fashioned kitchen using implements in front of window.

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Autumn school holiday funFriday 18 March 2016

school holiday fun at Vaucluse House

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April school holiday fun!Tuesday 15 March 2016

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Nice morning out at Elizabeth Farm.
Sinister (9yo) & friend researching culinary and medicinal farming around 1850 in rural Australia. I'm just disappointed they didn't have the billy on in the kitchen.

Elizabeth Farm is a 'living museum' in Sydney, showcasing the original homestead of wool pioneers John and Elizabeth MacArthur. 
#slmisfun Thanks to @sydlivmus

Nice morning out at Elizabeth Farm. Sinister (9yo) & friend researching culinary and medicinal farming around 1850 in rural Australia. I'm just disappointed they didn't have the billy on in the kitchen. Elizabeth Farm is a 'living museum' in Sydney, showcasing the original homestead of wool pioneers John and Elizabeth MacArthur. #slmisfun Thanks to @sydlivmus

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