Hyde museum reno
SYDNEY Living Museums has announced a major renewal of UNESCO World Heritage-listed Hyde Park Barracks Museum.
The project will centre on telling Australia’s convict story, its impact on First Nations people and the site’s early contribution to immigration.
“It will bring the personal stories to life in a truly authentic, emotional way that is relevant to people’s lives today,” said Sydney Living Museums Executive Director Mark Goggin.
The Museum will close from 29 Jan and will reopen in late 2019.