- Elizabeth Bay House
- Elizabeth Farm
- Government House
- Hyde Park Barracks Museum
- Justice & Police Museum
- Museum of Sydney
- Rose Seidler House
- Rouse Hill House & Farm
- Susannah Place Museum
- The Mint
- Vaucluse House
Rouse Hill House & Farm
Founded in 1813 and crammed with 20,000 objects spanning its long life, Rouse Hill House & Farm expresses the hopes and dreams of six generations of family life in rural New South Wales from early colonization to the late 1900s.
An extraordinary amount of colonial history converged upon or passed hard by this place, with Rouse Hill House − itself one of the oldest continually occupied homes in Australia − overlooking the Hawkesbury road of 1794, the Windsor turnpike road which replaced it, and the Vinegar Hill battlefield of 1804.
Take a tour to experience the old house with its time-warped rooms, the ancient garden, handsome stables, and the tottering outbuildings, old machinery and rusting vehicles that strew the wider farmstead. Or come and enjoy one of Rouse Hill’s farm-based or other family-friendly programs.
Come celebrate NAIDOC Week with us on Saturday 14 July and join local Darug elders as they share their cultural knowledge.
Explore Rouse Hill House & Farm with our virtual tour.
Address: 356 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW 2155
Contact: 02 9627 6777
- Access by guided tour only l Adult $8 I
- Child/Concession $4 |
- Family $17 |
- Members free | Bookings advisable
Hours: Open Saturday and Sunday 10:30am – 3.30pm First tour: 11am | Last tour: 2pm | Open daily during NSW school holidays | Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day
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