From mummies at MAAS to landscapes at the Library, and everything in between, we’ve got your Wednesday nights covered this summer in Sydney.
Grab your family and friends, and immerse yourself in the country’s largest arts and cultural institutions – you can visit a different participating venue every week, or explore every inch of your favourites.
For more information on opening hours, events, exhibitions and performances, please visit the participating institutions’ websites:
Art Gallery of NSWEnjoy imaginative tales as part of Celebrity talks, where writers read a piece of their own fiction inspired by artworks in Nude: art from the Tate collection, get swept away by the magical vocal art of Mr Percival (live music!), or take a guided tour and get acquainted with contemporary art highlights at the Gallery.
>> More information about what’s on at the Art Gallery
>> More information about what’s on at the Australian Museum
Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences
Sydney ObservatoryThe Southern Sky is waiting for you to discover at Sydney Observatory. Look through telescopes for free with the Observatory’s astronomers on their lawns or enjoy a 90 minute family friendly twilight tour taking place at 6:15pm or a two hour night tour commencing at 8:15pm each Wednesday night. Explore the historic grounds, enjoy dinner from local food trucks and enjoy the views across the harbour and the Bridge. Tours must be booked in advance, and all other activities are free to participate.
>> More information about what’s on at MAAS