Students step into history during an excursion to our historic houses and museums to discover how people lived in the past and the important events and stories that unfolded in these special places. Our excursions are immersive, curriculum-linked and unforgettable.
Our secondary school excursions cover a diverse range of topics and issues, from colonisation and the history of contact with Aboriginal people to archaeology, food technology and crime and punishment.
Sydney Living Museums offers a range of free online learning resources. Designed by teachers for primary and secondary school students to use in class or at home.
Bring the richness of our onsite museum programs right into your classroom with a curriculum-linked virtual excursion.
Sydney Living Museums Learning is pleased to offer support to selected students to attend our learning programs.
Access & inclusion
We have developed a social story for each of our excursion locations to support teachers visiting our museums with students.
Teacher Professional Development
Teaching History in the primary classroom
Delivered by expert museum educators and curators, our courses are NESA accredited and provide practical strategies for teaching History that you can take back to your own classroom.
Hyde Park Barracks learning precinct
Help us to develop a dynamic learning precinct at the Hyde Park Barracks that will provide engaging and meaningful educational experiences for more than 30,000 people every year, of all ages and abilities.
Twilight Teachers’ Event
Teachers are invited to join us at Shoalhaven Regional Gallery for the launch of new programs for primary and secondary students in 2021.
The Learning Team
Sydney Living Museums
The Mint, 10 Macquarie Street
Sydney NSW 2000
T 02 8239 2288
F 02 8239 2299
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Teacher professional development
Sydney Living Museums offers professional development for primary teachers. Delivered by expert museum educators and curators, our courses offer practical strategies for teaching History that you can take back to your own classroom.
We offer project-based internships that give students direct experience of working in a museum.
Tertiary & adult education
We tailor visits for tertiary and adult education groups, including English language groups, specifically to the needs of each group.