Learning programs at the three ACT Historic Places sites: Mugga-Mugga, Calthorpes’ House and Lanyon offer students a wide range of experiences with an emphasis on heritage, history and the environment. Programs are held across the three sites and provide immersive and hands on components.
How have humans, animals and the environment connected in the past? How do they change each other to shape our world?
How did children live during mid-19th century pastoral Australia, and how does this compare to contemporary childhood?
How has Canberra’s landscape changed over time? What did it look like before it was a city?
What was life like for children growing up in Canberra in the 1930s? And how does that compare with childhood today?
Want to experience a day in the life of a convict?
What skills do historians use to understand how people lived in the past?
Book a tour for your community or class group
Can artefacts tell stories?
A great hands-on addition to your classes visit to Calthorpes House.
Inspired by the convict era of Lanyon Homestead
Designed to expose students to a variety of works of art with relevance to the concept of place at one of three ACT Historic Place sites
Engage with art works and gets hands-on in the CMAG studio!
Group bookings are essential.
Please contact the Booking Officer: (02) 6205 0916