After Dark is a new monthly late-night series that will transform Hyde Park Barracks with live music, performances, ideas and access to the museum experience.
This winter, once the sun sets and the temperature drops, After Dark at the Hyde Park Barracks will celebrate the beauty and power of the elements at the UNESCO World Heritage-listed site.
Warm up with our fire pits and toast giant marshmallows courtesy of the Country Women’s Association, see the stars through a cultural lens with an Aboriginal astronomy talk by Muruwari man Willy Stevens, delve into celestial-related collection items from the NSW State Archives and join a yarning circle in the hammock room with Sydney D’harawal Saltwater Knowledge Keeper Shannon Foster.
Plus listen to live music sets curated by FBi Radio, enjoy the Hyde Park Barracks museum experience and settle in with delicious food and drink by OzHarvest and Archie Rose.
All Sydney Living Museums properties observe physical distancing and hygiene measures to protect the health of visitors and staff and minimise the spread of Covid-19 (coronavirus). Please read our Covid-19 Conditions of Entry for more information.