Sydney folks takes pride in their culture and what better way to preserve this but through a
dedicated group that would manage the continuous preservation of their heritage sites.
There are aplenty of tourist attractions in Sydney. Among them are the museums that are common in the state.
Museums houses a collection of pieces which are significant in history, art, sciences and other objects of value.
In New South Wales, museums are definitely some of the places you may want to visit. In 1980, the Government created a statutory authority to maintain the historic sites throughout the state. It was the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales, also called the Sydney Living Museums. The Sydney Living Museums is a group of 12 museums, houses and gardens.
Let’s look into some of the museums under the Historic Houses Trust of New South Wales.
Top to bottom: Justice and Police Museum, Vaucluse House, Elizabeth Farm, Hyde Park Barrack
From left to right: Museum of Sydney, Rose Seidler House, Hyde Park Barracks