Members program announced

 

Sydney Living Museums has unveiled a generous new membership program offering exclusive benefits across its portfolio of 12 of the most important historic houses, gardens and museums in New South Wales.

Mark Goggin, Director of Sydney Living Museums, said: “Whether you are looking to discover contemporary museums and historic houses, explore heritage gardens or have a love of home interiors and architecture, a Sydney Living Museums membership is your key to unlocking Sydney’s story.”

The new membership program offers exclusive benefits including unlimited access to our museums and exhibitions, invitations to private viewings and previews, such as the upcoming Harry Seidler: Painting Toward Architecture exhibition, behind-the-scenes tours, and discounted prices to more than 200 programs throughout the year, including talks, tours, concerts and events.

Every membership also includes up to four children free, a great incentive to join and experience the many family friendly programs on offer across the properties, from school holiday activities to the upcoming summer exhibition Towers of Tomorrow with LEGO® Bricks at Museum of Sydney.

Upon signing up, Members receive two free guest passes to share with friends and family. Other Member benefits include a 10% discount at all Sydney Living Museums’ shops, restaurants and cafes and subscription to the quarterly magazine Unlocked.

Become a Member today to access your benefits straight away…

Two women inside market stall in outdoor setting.

Volunteers

Volunteer opportunity: Event VolunteerMonday 26 June 2017

LEGO model of whole house.

The Cook and the Curator

Dining brick by brickThursday 22 June 2017

Illustration of dinner.

The Cook and the Curator

What shall we have for dinner?Thursday 15 June 2017

Print, tinted, from book.

The Cook and the Curator

A slip of the tongueThursday 8 June 2017

Outdoor setting with raging creek in full flow.

Vaucluse House

Tempests and Torrents at Vaucluse HouseWednesday 7 June 2017

Staff picking their way to Vaucluse House this morning between bouts of heavy rain were met with a novel sight.