Join our Head Gardener, Neil Walsh, to pick up a few tips on the basics of fruit tree and rose pruning
Explore the cottage and outbuildings to see examples of recycled materials the Curley family used in the 1900s.
Rug up warmly and join artist-in-residence Anne-Marie Jean for a fun and exploratory outdoor watercolour painting
Gather around the fire at the Barracks Espresso Bar and Eating House and explore the remarkable 1300 mile journeys undertaken by George Jefferis and John Whelen in the Federal Capital Territory between 1926 and 1931
In the spirit of the Curley family’s ‘make do/recycle/reuse’ lifestyle, learn how to make beeswax wraps in this hands-on workshop
Bring mum for a surprise visit to Mugga-Mugga Cottage this Mother’s Day and gain an insight into the lives of the rural pioneers who worked the Limestone Plains
A special Mother’s Day celebration – share family memories and glimpse into the life of a mother during the inter-war period
Surprise Mum with a trip to Lanyon and a tour through the Homestead and glimpse into the lives of the people who made it their home over the last 180 years
Join Ngunawal custodian Wally Bell on a walk at Lanyon Homestead to learn about the Aboriginal connection to the area
What made the rose arbour sturdy in the 1920s? How do you design a strong cubby so that it gives you shelter?
Painter Anne-Marie Jean is Artist in Residence at Lanyon Homestead for 2018
Use our microscopes to record the details of leaf litter on your specially designed gift card
Pick up your Lanyon Discovery Pack and set off on your own adventure of the Homestead, outbuildings, gardens and surrounds
Celebrate the start of the 2018 Canberra and Region Heritage Festival at the National Trust Open Day at Lanyon