|Sydney Living Museums Offers|
InterPark is proud to be a sponsor of the Sydney Living Museums.
Discounted parking is available to visitors, guests and members of the following Sydney Living Museums properties:
1. Monday to Friday - $6 off casual parking after the 1st hour!
Simply park at the Domain Car Park and get your parking ticket stamped at one of the Sydney Living Museums reception desks to receive the discount!
Sydney Living Museums Monthly Parking Offer
$50 off monthly parking!
Sydney Living Museums members & visitors can receive $50 off their first months' parking when they sign-up for a monthly parking space at the Domain Car Park.
For more information or to receive a Monthly Parking application form email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Domain Car Park Customer Sydney Living Museums Membership Offer
3 months bonus Sydney Living Museums membership!
Simply collect a specially marked Sydney Living Museums membership application form from the car park staff.
Click here for more information on the Sydney Living Museums membership.
About The Mint:
Less a museum and more an example of how the past can co-exist with the present, The Mint, which includes the remnants of Australia’s first coining factory, now houses the head office of Sydney Living Museums, the Caroline Simpson Library & Research Collection, a café and award-winning venue hire spaces.
About Hyde Park Barracks:
Hyde Park Barracks has been many things to many people over the past 190 years, but never a prison or an army base.
About Museum of Sydney:
The Museum of Sydney was designed by one of Sydney’s best-known architects, Richard Johnson of Denton Corker Marshall, this modern museum sits on one of Australia's most iconic and interesting sites. The Museum of Sydney is on the site of Australia’s first Government House, built in 1788 as a home and office for the colony’s Governor, Arthur Phillip. The museum forecourt, known as First Government House Place, preserves the remaining foundations of the house below, while aboveground the extraordinary art installation Edge of the Trees marks the site of first contact between the British colonisers and the first Australians, the Gadigal people. The site of First Government House is on the National Heritage List.