Sydney Living Museums

Sydney Living Museums

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Discover the stories of Sydney through our 12 unique historic houses and museums. #DiscoverSLM

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23. in country Australia and category Cultural center

100. in country Australia and category Place

682. in category Cultural center

To celebrate the opening of Tony Albert's art installation, 'Healing land, remembering Country', and @naidocweek 2020: #alwayswasalwayswillbe, we invite you to join us for a free event on Sat 14 Nov, 10am-2pm at Elizabeth Farm. Register now https://t.co/ri45pn7xTU

Our family interactive exhibition On the Move and the Museum of Sydney Space Renewal Project (informed by Indigenous knowledge) were also shortlisted in this year’s MAGNAs. Congratulations team! See all of the MAGNA 2020 winners here: https://t.co/xYEMzIG5T7

Our Songs of Home exhibition, developed in partnership with State Archives of NSW, was the winner of the Temporary or Travelling Exhibition. https://t.co/Gf5hdF6Vwv

Our Songs of Home exhibition, developed in partnership with State Archives of NSW, was the winner of the Temporary or Travelling Exhibition. https://t.co/Gf5hdF6Vwv

Sydney Living Museums is thrilled to be announced last night as the winner in two categories of the 2020 Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNAs). 

The Hyde Park Barracks Renewal was the winner in the Permanent Exhibition or Gallery Fitout (Level 4). https://t.co/cqhOjA7aWX

Sydney Living Museums is thrilled to be announced last night as the winner in two categories of the 2020 Museums and Galleries National Awards (MAGNAs). The Hyde Park Barracks Renewal was the winner in the Permanent Exhibition or Gallery Fitout (Level 4). https://t.co/cqhOjA7aWX

Hyde Park Barracks is open to visitors every Thursday to Sunday. Read more about the history of Hyde Park Barracks and plan your next visit at https://t.co/p4yQOCYUOd

Now: In February 2020 after a significant period of renewal, the Hyde Park Barracks reopened with a new ground-breaking immersive visitor experience and a temporary installation untitled (maraong manaóuwi) by Sydney-based Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones. https://t.co/58NsoQUr4J

Now: In February 2020 after a significant period of renewal, the Hyde Park Barracks reopened with a new ground-breaking immersive visitor experience and a temporary installation untitled (maraong manaóuwi) by Sydney-based Wiradjuri/Kamilaroi artist Jonathan Jones. https://t.co/58NsoQUr4J

Then and now: Hyde Park Barracks. This photo taken in 1981 shows archaeological excavations under way at the Hyde Park Barracks. It also shows the Canary Island palm still in situ but about to be uprooted and replanted near the Art Gallery of NSW. https://t.co/fvPaoT69Ws

Then and now: Hyde Park Barracks. This photo taken in 1981 shows archaeological excavations under way at the Hyde Park Barracks. It also shows the Canary Island palm still in situ but about to be uprooted and replanted near the Art Gallery of NSW. https://t.co/fvPaoT69Ws

Every one of our properties tells a story, so join us in discovering them via https://t.co/vqdzIsknGp and #DiscoverSLM

The outrage was at the inappropriate use of this historic building as backdrop to a carpark. Now, The Mint integrates new and heritage buildings, historic structures and archaeological elements, our head office, venue spaces and the Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection

The first photo was originally commissioned by the Royal Australian Institute of Architects for ‘Outrage', an exhibition held in 1964 at Farmer's Blaxland Gallery in protest at ‘the decay of the visual environment'.

Every building tells a story, and this week we're sharing fabulous 'then & now' photographs of our properties that show some of these stories, including this image of #TheMint from 1964 that shows the site being used as a carpark! And then, again as it is today. 

#DiscoverSLM https://t.co/DQt3hcTWRZ
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Every building tells a story, and this week we're sharing fabulous 'then & now' photographs of our properties that show some of these stories, including this image of #TheMint from 1964 that shows the site being used as a carpark! And then, again as it is today. #DiscoverSLM https://t.co/DQt3hcTWRZ

Home schoolers, we’re hosting a day of #VirtualExcursion sessions just for home school learners on Tuesday 1 December.

Enjoy a special rate of $10 per student per program. For full details, visit https://t.co/sVRRvzuciD

#HomeSchool #OnlineLearning #LearningFromHome https://t.co/o0toGwZMGY

Home schoolers, we’re hosting a day of #VirtualExcursion sessions just for home school learners on Tuesday 1 December. Enjoy a special rate of $10 per student per program. For full details, visit https://t.co/sVRRvzuciD #HomeSchool #OnlineLearning #LearningFromHome https://t.co/o0toGwZMGY

History teachers, our annual History Extension seminar for Stage 6 students is going virtual this year! Presented in partnership with @statelibrarynsw on Friday 6 November. 

For details, visit https://t.co/GPqtqyVLur https://t.co/cJ29UOY9Ut

History teachers, our annual History Extension seminar for Stage 6 students is going virtual this year! Presented in partnership with @statelibrarynsw on Friday 6 November. For details, visit https://t.co/GPqtqyVLur https://t.co/cJ29UOY9Ut

We hope you enjoyed our week-long online edition of #SpringHarvest exploring the rich food heritage of #VaucluseHouse. If you've missed any of our food demonstrations, talks, garden tours, stories or recipes, find them all online at https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/pXrtOzkDcO

We hope you enjoyed our week-long online edition of #SpringHarvest exploring the rich food heritage of #VaucluseHouse. If you've missed any of our food demonstrations, talks, garden tours, stories or recipes, find them all online at https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/pXrtOzkDcO

Did you catch chef Paul West & @ColonialFoodie Jacqui Newling in the Vaucluse House kitchen for #SpringHarvest? They were creating Mrs Wiseheart’s salad dressing found in the family manuscript recipe collection at Meroogal. Find the video & recipe online https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/T4CKcAaaOo

Did you catch chef Paul West & @ColonialFoodie Jacqui Newling in the Vaucluse House kitchen for #SpringHarvest? They were creating Mrs Wiseheart’s salad dressing found in the family manuscript recipe collection at Meroogal. Find the video & recipe online https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/T4CKcAaaOo

In our final video as part of our #SpringHarvest week, chef and author Paul West and @ColonialFoodie Jacqui Newling take inspiration from the kitchen garden at #VaucluseHouse to whip up an impressive salad that you can make at home. Watch now: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy. https://t.co/JDuf9THFTc

In our final video as part of our #SpringHarvest week, chef and author Paul West and @ColonialFoodie Jacqui Newling take inspiration from the kitchen garden at #VaucluseHouse to whip up an impressive salad that you can make at home. Watch now: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy. https://t.co/JDuf9THFTc

Sharing more Cook & the Curator recipes for #SpringHarvest, how does calf's foot jelly sound? Most cookery books from the 19th century indicate calf’s foot jelly was a common form of gelatine in domestic cookery, for both sweet & savoury dishes. See more: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/HntO32Et3g

Sharing more Cook & the Curator recipes for #SpringHarvest, how does calf's foot jelly sound? Most cookery books from the 19th century indicate calf’s foot jelly was a common form of gelatine in domestic cookery, for both sweet & savoury dishes. See more: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/HntO32Et3g

Today for #SpringHarvest we talk dining etiquette with curator Dr Scott Hill. Using the Vaucluse House dining room as inspiration, Scott shares tips on how you can transform your next meal into a culinary experience fit for the Wentworths. Watch it now: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/9g6wPdRKPV

Today for #SpringHarvest we talk dining etiquette with curator Dr Scott Hill. Using the Vaucluse House dining room as inspiration, Scott shares tips on how you can transform your next meal into a culinary experience fit for the Wentworths. Watch it now: https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/9g6wPdRKPV

Today's  #SpringHarvest recipe from our Cook & the Curator blog is Pickled Fennel. This 'very Simple Method and exceedingly Good' recipe adapted from Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management (1861) is delicious! Try our recipe at home. Find it online at https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/PSAajOgvVE

Today's #SpringHarvest recipe from our Cook & the Curator blog is Pickled Fennel. This 'very Simple Method and exceedingly Good' recipe adapted from Mrs Beeton's Book of Household Management (1861) is delicious! Try our recipe at home. Find it online at https://t.co/Tbhi2dimoy https://t.co/PSAajOgvVE

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