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Canberra Museum and Gallery

Canberra Museum and Gallery


A vibrant place in the heart of the city, Canberra Museum and Gallery (CMAG) celebrates the region’s social history and visual arts with dynamic exhibitions and unique programs and events. CMAG offers educational and entertaining programs suitable for all students.

Designed as interactive experiences, the programs offer a wide range of learning experiences with an emphasis on art and history. Education programs are held in the gallery spaces with accompanying practical sessions in the studio...

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Calthorpes' House

Calthorpes' House


Calthorpes’ House is a window into an almost forgotten world. Built in 1927, this genuine survivor is a treasure house of domestic history. A visit to Calthorpes’ House will take students back to a time when Harry and Dell Calthorpe and their two daughters Del and Dawn lived in the house. Enjoy hearing the pianola and learning about daily life in the new National Capital...

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Lanyon

Lanyon


Lanyon lies at the foot of the Brindabellas and is one of Australia’s premier historic properties. The Homestead dates from the 1850s and is set within superb pleasure gardens. The property includes a range of outbuildings and is located within a landscape of great natural beauty. Lanyon offers students a variety of hands-on, quintessentially Australian experiences ranging from convict role-plays through to life on a pastoral property in the early 20th century...

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The Nolan Collection Gallery @ CMAG

The Nolan Collection Gallery @ CMAG


A changing selection of works from the Foundation Collection, by renowned Australian artist Sir Sidney Nolan is currently on display in Gallery 1 at Canberra Museum and Gallery. The 24 works were presented to the people of Australia in 1974.

Look out for our specialised programs exploring the story of Ned Kelly based on Nolan's Kelly Series. Due to the changing display of selected works from The Nolan Collection Gallery @ CMAG, these programs are subject to availability...

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Mugga-Mugga

Mugga-Mugga


Mugga-Mugga Cottage is set in rural surroundings but is only minutes from the city centre. The historic cottage stands as a testament to the lives of the families who worked on one of the Limestone Plains’ great pastoral estates...

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