• While visiting the conserved interiors of Susannah Place Museum, students learn about historical archaeology and how combining research into artefacts with archival sources can develop a richer understanding of the past.

  • As they explore Susannah Place, a row of terraces in Sydney’s Rocks area, students find out how residents shopped, lived and played in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and make comparisons with their lives today.

  • Students learn about what it was like to live at Vaucluse House for the wealthy family of William Charles and Sarah Wentworth, with their ten children and many servants. The students explore the ways of life for different household members at Vaucluse House, and make comparisons with their own lives today.

  • Students investigate how food is grown, discuss healthy food choices and play 19th-century games within the inspiring surroundings of a historic working estate and its lush gardens.