Explore the people and places that make Sydney
Markers highlight significant people and places along the harbour foreshore.
To mark the passing of Her Royal Highness, we look back at her visits to our city.
The changing face of the city captured from 1900 to 1931.
As elected officials, they acted as the intermediary between the public and local government, representing residents and ratepayers.
Explore the stories and beauty of decorative 19th and early 20th century requests, demands and complaints.
As we plan a future transformation for Crown Street, see how the route evolved over 200 years.
Learn more about the restoration of the heritage-listed Corporation Building and how it serviced Sydney’s markets.
Did you know that playgrounds weren't a thing before the 1930s? Swings and slippery dips represent a shift in how society saw kids and their place in the world.
Hidden underground, this space contains the stories of World War I enlistees from across NSW.
Immerse yourself in a world of curiosity until 31 May.
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