Our interactive virtual excursions connect your class live with a museum educator and focus on specific curriculum content, concepts and skills.
Thank you for a great experience. We thought it was about as close as you could come to the real thing. The variation of activities and mediums throughout the meeting kept the kids engaged the whole time.
Teacher - Pymble Public School
Discuss what life was like for rural children in the early 1900s and learn about household chores and technology from the past
Discuss how food was grown, stored and cooked in the past, in the 1820s kitchen at historic Vaucluse House
Learn about first contacts between Aboriginal peoples and colonists that arrived as part of the First Fleet and aboard other ships in the early years of the colony of New South Wales
Learn about how convicts lived and worked at the Hyde Park Barracks in the early 19th century
Learn about female Irish orphans who migrated to Australia in the 1800s and stayed at the Hyde Park Barracks
Students will investigate the significance and effect of the gold rush in New South Wales - including the rise and fall of bushranging
Information on special sessions reserved for home-schooled students in 2023, can be found in each programs.
Looking to visit in person?
We offer immersive, curriculum-linked onsite excursions for Stages 1 to 6.
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