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June 19, 2020 Attraction No Comments Email Email


Sydney Living Museums (SLM) is delighted to open the doors of five more properties and announces a fresh vision for an exciting calendar of events and exhibitions realised with its partner institution, NSW State Archives.

 From 1 July, Elizabeth Farm, Meroogal, Rose Seidler House, Vaucluse House and the Museum of Sydney will reopen, offering visitors new experiences drawing from the overarching themes of community, connection and impact.

“During these unusual times, we looked at new ways to stay connected to our audiences,” said Adam Lindsay, Executive Director, SLM and NSW State Archives. “Our greatest challenge was how to explore and adapt the breadth of knowledge and stories that our staff, collections and properties have to offer and make them accessible to everyone. Building programs around a theme or inspiration helps to harness our diversity, involve audiences and present bold, relevant and impactful content.”



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