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Susannah Place Museum

58-64 Gloucester Street | The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
+61 2 9241 1893
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The working class did it tough in Sydney in the 19th Century. View the laundry copper, backyard dunny, worn lino, tiny kitchens and crowded living quarters when you visit this rare surviving example of a working class terrace. Then stock up on sweets in the old corner shop. Open daily 2pm-5pm. Museum access is by guided tour only. Tours can be pre-booked by phone or same day tickets are available for purchase in the shop (subject to availability). Adult $8. Concession $4, Family $17. Sydney Living Museums members free.
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58-64 Gloucester Street | The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales 2000, Australia
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Reviewed 7 November 2015

This is a real gem to visit with a trip back in time. It is amazingly fascinating and the tour guide was great to listen to. Do yourself a favour and make sure you visit, you won't be disappointed.

Thank James B
Reviewed 5 November 2015

Fascinating little piece of Australian history. It's a an old terrace of four houses and appears to be pretty much as it was back in the 1800s. A must if you live in Sydney.

Thank FamilyofthreeSydney
Reviewed 5 November 2015 via mobile

Figure out a way to book the tour in advance of your visit. We arrived at the opening time only to discover the first tour was already booked. Having already had our fill of souvenir shops we elected not to hang around and wait an...More

1  Thank George N
Reviewed 4 November 2015

We found out about this tour when we went to another museum.A block of 4 terraced houses that have been carefully looked after.We met in the old fashioned corner shop of one of them and then saw a film.Our guide took us through the family...More

1  Thank Cartertravels15
Reviewed 31 October 2015

This place gives you another aspect of life years ago. Very interesting. Well worth the entry fee, staff are very informative. Glad it was not demolished along with other buildings.

Thank Sue K
Reviewed 27 October 2015

very interesting look into life in 1853, great place to visit and take photos, Sydney's oldest neighbourhood

Thank anndry
Reviewed 27 October 2015

It seems that the Susannah Museum is closed except to pre booked groups. It looks very interesting from the outside but that's all we were able to enjoy.

1  Thank Iris M
Reviewed 27 October 2015 via mobile

A museum of a little row of 4 terraced houses which have been left in the condition since they were last inhabited. It's an interesting peek into the history of the area of The Rocks, but it will only take an hour. Tours of the...More

Thank RainbowElephant
Reviewed 18 October 2015

This attraction is quite small, but interesting. We visited with our family of 5 with three children 10,8 &7. And my mother in law from the UK. It was raining the day we went so good to get out of the weather. We watched a...More

Thank Helen H
Reviewed 16 October 2015 via mobile

This tour emerses you in Australian history and puts our multicultural past into perspective...from the immigrants that built it to the working class europeans that inhabited it over the years. Tour guide was brilliant...painted pictures of the rocks in different decades. I would highly recommend...More

Thank Lee G
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Thank you for your enquiry. Susannah Place Museum is definitely a suitable and enjoyable destination for ESL students and school students. For more information and to make a booking please call the Susannah Place schools... More
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