SOVEREIGN Hill has been known for an abundance of famous images since its inception more than 40 years ago.
These include its nightly Blood on the Southern Cross show, gold panning and mine tours.
However, one image has become synonymous with the park ... the iconic raspberry drop.
The popular confectionary will take control of the open air museum this month, when the Raspberry Drop Rebellion rolls into town for the school holidays.
The program is set to feature the British Army’s 40th Regiment of Foot taking over the main street in a sea of bright red.
Children aged seven to 12 can take part in the rebellious fun, as well as learn about a day in the life of a 19th century Red Coat soldier.
Sovereign Hill chief executive officer Jeremy Johnson says he expects the rebellion to be great fun for school children.
“We are very much looking forward to the forthcoming school holidays, we’ve got a great program lined up,” he said.
“They (raspberry drops) are certainly the cornerstone of this presentation and are just a very, very famous Sovereign Hill product.”