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Free weekend entry to three Sydney museums until June

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WHO? US?: Suspects of a break, enter and steal in a photo taken in 1921. Picture: NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive/ Sydney Living Museums.

WHO? US?: Suspects of a break, enter and steal in a photo taken in 1921. Picture: NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive/ Sydney Living Museums.

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Check out the Museum of Sydney, Hyde Park Barracks and the Justice & Police Museum.

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Looking for something to do in Sydney over the Easter weekend and beyond? Come and see 'em in a museum - for free.

Sydney Living Museums has opened three of its museums - the Museum of Sydney, Hyde Park Barracks and the Justice & Police Museum - for free every Saturday and Sunday until the end of June.

Regular admission is $15, so why not save yourself a few bob and visit them all?

Here's what's on:

Museum of Sydney (Fri 5pm-8pm, Sat & Sun 10am-5pm, free):

Visitors can enjoy the exhibitions Iridescent by Gerwyn Davies, How to Move a Zoo and Collected: Sydney Living Museums Acquisitions, plus regular displays and the film program.

From May 7, they can also immerse themselves in the multi-sensory digital installation Walking through a Songlineandtake an unexpected journey through moments of change in the exhibition History Reflected.

Hyde Park Barracks (Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm, free)

Visitors can discover the museum's stories through a self-guided experience that will feel like stepping back in time. A tailored audio guide and an activity book are available for children and families.

Justice & Police Museum (Sat & Sun, 10am-5pm, free):

Delve into Sydney's criminal past with its fascinating exhibitions and displays. Highlights include the NSW Police Forensic Photography Archive

Visitors are encouraged to pre-book free tickets online ahead of visiting, as cash is not accepted and timed sessions still apply at the Museum of Sydney and the Hyde Park Barracks.

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