After 162 years of being continuously occupied 62 Gloucester Street was opened to the public for the first time in 2006
The first stage of a major conservation project at Rouse Hill Estate involved removing thousands of objects accumulated over 150 years of the property’s occupation
In this video, as specialist painter Adam John Christian Seur goes about his work, curator Gary Crockett explains the origin of drab
The second phase of a major conservation project on the woolshed at Rouse Hill Estate has seen the rustic 160-year-old structure strengthened and stabilised
Why we recreated the butler's pantry at Vaucluse House along with a fascinating tale of 'light fingered' servants
By delving into an old harmonium at Rouse Hill House & Farm we hope to learn when it came into the house, who played it, and how we can best look after it
In this episode we visit the Conservation Lab where Elizabeth shows us how to unbox glass plate negatives - very gently!
During the 2021 COVID lockdown, a team was busy working behind the scenes to implement technology that will improve how we manage our collections & make them more discoverable for our audiences
Museum closures earlier this year due to COVID-19 gave Museums of History NSW staff a valuable opportunity to spend even more time caring for our historic houses and their precious and diverse collections.