Interface: people, machines, design
Discover how information technology transformed from functional machines into sleek must-have accessories.
View the intricacy and the wonder of very popular architectural models, including works by Le Corbusier, Harry Seidler and Rem Koolhaas.
A fine possession: jewellery and identity
Celebrates the central place of jewellery in our lives from antiquity to the present-day through over 700 iconic and rarely seen objects.
The Strictly Ballroom story
Rediscover the glamour and spectacle of Baz Luhrmann and Catherine Martin's flamboyant musical.
Showcases outfits and textiles from the final year ranges of the top-graduating students from Sydney-based fashion schools.
The Wiggles Exhibition
Jump into the world of The Wiggles with this amazing exhibition.
2014 Good Design Awards
See a selection of innovative products from the entries of the 2014 Good Design Award
Drawing on the Museum's fashion and dress collection, Clothes encounters features a series of clothing stories emerging from significant encounters.
Discover how Australian engineers are developing innovative solutions for society in areas such as robotics, technology and infrastructure.
Boulton & Watt steam engine
The oldest surviving rotative steam engine in the world
Cyberworlds: computers and connections
An interactive exhibition of the past, present and future world of computers
Ecologic: Creating a sustainable future
Discover the science behind global warming and what we can do to prevent it from getting worse.
Explores the principles of temperature, pressure, electricity, magnetism, light, gravity, motion and chemistry
The treasured Strasburg Clock model is back on display following a long period of restoration.
The steam revolution
Traces the development of steam power from the first experiments of the 1600s to today’s steam turbines
The Kings cinema
A reconstructed 1930s cinema screening films of the period
Locomotive No. 1
Locomotive No. 1 hauled the first train in NSW between Sydney and Parramatta in 1855.
Vehicles that have brought people together, from bicycles and horse-drawn carriages to planes, trains and automobiles
A highly interactive exhibition exploring the complex world of nuclear science, medicine and nuclear power.
The history of the human desire to travel beyond the Earth’s atmosphere
What's in store? Shopping in Australia from 1880 – 1930
Shopping in Australia from small country stores to big city department stores