Susannah Place Museum

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Susannah Place Museum

Susannah Place Museum is the way to see how the ordinary people of Sydney really lived. A set of 4 terrace houses built in 1844 featuring the English design featured of the time. The rooms have been recreated to feature different periods along its long history.  Layer upon layer or wallpapers and lino show the changes over time.

Located in the centre of the city, The Rocks is a well known tourist destination, but in the 1800’s it was the home to many working class. During the latter half of the 19th century the population of the area doubled and became overcrowded and dirty.

The House is now maintained by the Historic Houses Trust of NSW.

Location: 58–64 Gloucester Street, The Rocks, Sydney, NSW 2000
Contact: 02 9241 1893
Hours: Admission by guided tour only | Monday – Friday 2- 6pm, Weekends & NSW School holidays 10am – 6pm

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