Step out of the homestead and discover many different aspects of Lanyon from the outbuildings to the gardens
Surprise Mum with a trip to Lanyon and a tour through the Homestead. Bring along your own picnic to enjoy in the garden or visit the Lanyon Café.
A special Mother’s Day celebration – share family memories and glimpse into the life of a mother during the interwar period
Visit Mugga-Mugga cottage this Mother’s Day and gain an insight into the lives of the rural workers who worked the Limestone Plains
Join Professor Saul Cunningham, Director of the Fenner School of Environment and Society, ANU as he discusses the need for improved dialogue about environmental issues between science and society, and to examine the road ahead for institutions such as the Fenner School.
Within living memory presents oral histories focused on the lives and memories of the people who have lived and worked…
The convict years explores Lanyon in the 1830s and 1840s when property owner James Wright and his assigned convicts lived…
Getting it together includes early photographs, memorabilia and insights relating to the complex issues debated at the time of Federation.
An exhibition of historic photographs of Lanyon and the Cunningham family, who lived and worked here between 1849 and 1926.