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Susannah Place Museum

The Rocks, 58-64 Gloucester St, The Rocks NSW 2000, Australia

Introduction of Susannah Place Museum

Susannah Place Museum is located in Sydney, the capital of New South Wales, in the rocky area of (The Rocks), which is about 10 minutes' walk from the roundabout wharf (Circular Quay).

Built in 1844, Susannah Place Museum is a hillside platoon with four houses and became a corner store in 1915. Such buildings are rare in the city of Sydney, which tells of the years of residence of working-class families in Australia.

Susannah Place Museum provides a rare opportunity to learn about the life of the working class in Australia between 1844 and 1990. It bears witness to the abundance of community life in the rocky regions. The middle-level interior decoration and backyard portray the constraints of inner-city life in the 19th century.

Existing layers of wall coating, wallpaper and floor coverings allow visitors to truly feel the taste of the working class in the past. Primitive brick latrines and open laundry are the oldest cleaning and sanitary facilities left in the city.

Please note: a guide is required to enter the museum.


Tickets:

  • $12 for adults and $30 for families


Open time:

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Australia - New South Wales
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苏珊娜广场、苏珊娜民居博物馆
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Tel:
(02) 9241 1893
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