This summer, discover Enchanted valley, a stunning NEW installation at the Museum of Sydney, which reimagines the Haven Amphitheatre at Castlecrag, a much-loved place of magic and mystery for Marion Mahony Griffin.
Part of the Paradise on Earth exhibition at the Museum of Sydney, Enchanted valley uses cutting-edge digital technology to create a multi-sensory landscape full of surprise and discovery.
All ages are invited to look out for curious animals exploring the bushland, listen for frogs croaking under stepping stones and watch as a storm rolls in over the harbour. And if you look carefully, you may even spot fairies hiding under the bridge!
This delightful reimagining of Castlecrag's Haven Amphitheatre captures the colour, textures and changing moods of the Australian bushland. Immerse yourself in the 360-degree environment and enjoy the sights, sounds, mystery and magic of the valley and wonder at nature's hidden energies and ever-changing beauty.
Children can also get creative in the Forces of Nature activity hub and add to the collaborative bush artwork - perch a cockatoo, hang a bat from its toes or add a bunch of leaves and help our gum trees grow!
Share your creations on Instagram for the chance to win a fantastic prize pack. Find out more about the Share & Win competition here.
Enchanted valley, part of Paradise on Earth, is now open at the Museum of Sydney until Sunday 18 April 2021.
Enchanted valley is included with general museum admission. Members and children under 5 years enjoy free museum entry.
Members and children under 5 years enjoy free museum entry.