The latest issue of Inherit reports on the inclusion of Murtoa Stick Shed in the National Heritage List, the appointment of new Heritage Council members, the launch of an Anzac Touring app and recent additions to the Victorian Heritage Register.
Take a tour, attend an event, find educational material, watch a video and take a closer look at the rich variety of places and things that are important to Victoria’s history and heritage.
We have partnered with other leading cultural organisations to develop a vibrant program of activities and educational resources to spread the word about the fascinating history of our state.
Explore a range of learning resources developed by teachers for students of all ages. This collection includes activities for formal classroom teaching as well as informal opportunities for learning.
This annual event gives you the chance to take a look inside over 100 buildings important to Melbourne’s history.
Watch short videos of Melbournians talking about their favourite heritage places, short films created for Culture Victoria, Heritage Council supported episodes of Sacred Spaces and a series of interviews with those responsible for Modern Melbourne.
Blue plaques are available for places and objects on the Victorian Heritage Register and help interpret the place to passersby.
Get your walking shoes on. Tours for architecture enthusiasts, history buffs, students and visitors.
Exhibitions, events and open days are just some of the fun ways you can get out and about and learn more about the objects and places important to Victoria’s history.