The highly anticipated Windows on Queen exhibition is now on display in the heart of St Marys.
The exhibition tells the story of 12 historic sites along St Marys’ main street through artistic posters in shop windows.
Keen historians and those who want to learn more about St Marys have until September 5, 2018 to check out this special event along Queen Street, or if you can’t make it in person you can find the same content at the Penrith Library.
Penrith audiences will be able to get a similar exhibition experience at the library with posters and interactive components via QR codes and extensions at the Culture and Creativity website.
But to see the places and fully understand the story behind Windows on Queen its best too visit it in person at St Marys.
You can do a self-guided walking (available from the Culture and Creativity website) to help you explore the 12 locations. For the best experience download a QR reader to your phone so you can scan the posters and learn more about each site.
The walking tour starts at the corner of Station and Queen St and finishes at the corner of Queen Street and the Great Western Highway. Along the walk you will find out about past businesses and services in St Marys and see how the area has evolved over time.
Details at a glance
Further information about the Windows on Queen exhibition and how to enjoy it can be found at culturecreativity.com.au/QSRT.
The exhibition at Penrith Library will run until August 22 at the following times:
Mondays to Fridays 9am to 8pm
Saturdays 9am to 5pm
Sundays 10am to 5pm
Image via www.culturecreativity.com.au