Sydney Open Series
The Sydney Open Series is a continuation of the Sydney Open annual program throughout the calendar year and will present talks, workshops, and tours in addition to the City Pass program.
The series will focus on history, architecture, design innovation, sustainability and heritage.
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An evening celebrating the construction of the Sydney Opera House through a talk, panel discussion and virtual reality experience
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As photographers documented the evolving face of the Mint, they recorded changes to the site and streetscape
Immerse yourself in Sydney's chilling criminal past in this unique water-front museum of policing, law and disorder – with its grizzly collection of underworld weapons along with tales of mayhem and lawlessness, aptly described as an educational resource befitting a 'professor in crime'
The Museum of Sydney is built on and around a site that links us to the very beginnings of modern Australia
On 2 August 1917 the General Strike began. It started in the Randwick Rail Workshops & Eveleigh Carriage Workshops & quickly spread to other industries until about 100,000 workers were on strike
Once word spread about the newly built Rose Seidler House in 1950, it was the ‘most talked about house in Sydney’. Seventy years on, it's impossible to deny the strength and daring of Seidler's vision
When Lachlan Macquarie began his term as governor of NSW in 1810, Sydney was in desperate need of a new hospital
The Opera House was officially opened by Her Majesty the Queen on 20 October 1973. This was followed by a two-week festival of events
We hold records of productions and performances held at the Sydney Opera House