Susannah Place Museum

Built in 1844, Susannah Place Museum contains four terraces where you can experience 19th century life as it really was in The Rocks. Rare in the city of Sydney, it provides an opportunity to explore domestic working class life from 1844 to the late 20th century. The original brick privies and outdoor laundries are some of the earliest surviving washing and sanitary amenities remaining in the city.There is limited wheelchair access to ground floor rooms only. Photographs of upstairs and downstairs rooms available. Braille and large print guides also available.

Contact
Contact name: 
Anna Cossu
Curator-Manager
Phone 1: 
(02) 9241 1893
Fax: 
(02) 9241 2608
Text Telephone Number: 
(02) 8239 2377
Address
Postal Address: 
58-64 Gloucester St
THE ROCKS
2000
Access
Access facilities: 
Braille and large print guides, limited wheelchair access to ground floor rooms only. Captioned introductory video.
Opening hours: 
10.00am to 5.00pm weekends, daily in January and NSW school holidays
Disabilities: 
Physical disability, intellectual disability, sensory impairment
Activities: 
Education programs, school holiday activities, ESL tours, public programs, special interest tours
Service details
Fees: 
Adult: $12 · Concession / Child 5 – 15 years: $8 (under 5 years free) · Family: $30 · Members: Free
Area: 
Sydney
Resources: 
Information, guided tours, guided museum

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