Hyde Park Barracks Museum

Designed by colonial architect Francis Greenway and built between 1817-1819, Hyde Park Barracks Museum was the main barracks for convicts in New South Wales. Now a UNESCO World Heritage-listed building, the museum introduces visitors to the history of the site through multimedia exhibits that offer a glimpse at the lives of the convicts in the early 19th-century.

Hyde Park Barracks Museum

  • 10 Macquarie St, Sydney NSW 2000, Australia

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