Win a trip to Sydney with Lonely Planet Kids

 

We’re excited to announce that our new exhibition partner Lonely Planet Kids is giving you the chance to win a family trip to Sydney to see our upcoming children’s exhibition How Cities Work

Opening on 15 December at Museum of Sydney, the exhibition has been developed in collaboration with illustrator and city fanatic James Gulliver Hancock, and is adapted from the bestselling book How Cities Work from Lonely Planet Kids.

See and hear the city come to life with interactive animations, bustling sounds and something new to uncover on every street corner in this exciting family exhibition.

To enter the competition, head to the Lonely Planet Kids website, entries close 13 December 2018.

The prize includes:

  • A Family Sydney Museums Pass providing entry to the How Cities Work exhibition and all Sydney Living Museums properties
  • Flights and accommodation up to AUD $4,000
  • Four tote bags packed with prizes.

Good luck!

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