New events for the autumn season

 

Look out for a for a fresh round of events and exhibitions coming your way.
 

This autumn we welcome two new exhibitions to the Museum of Sydney; Iconic Australian Houses: An Exhibition by Karen McCartney and Celestial City: Sydney’s Chinese StoryWe’ve also cooked up a fresh batch of school holiday events, including an unforgettable Easter egg hunt at both Vaucluse House and Elizabeth Farm. For music lovers we have the ever popular House Music series or for architecture buffs there are a host of talks and tours; all part of the upcoming Home and Architecture category of events.

These are just some of the fantastic experiences on offer this autumn. There truly is something for everybody on offer through our twelve historic homes and museums so whatever you're into - visit our 'what's on' section today and plan your next adventure. 

 

 

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Sydney Living Museums is delighted to announce we are reopening our museums and historic houses, with the safety and wellbeing of visitors and staff our main priority.

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To help us continue our important work, we invite you to support Sydney Living Museums through the Annual Appeal 2020.

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