Susannah Place Museum

Built by Irish immigrants in 1844, the four brick houses that make up the modern Susannah Place Museum take visitors back in time, into the daily lives of the families who used to call this place home. The recreated interiors offer a striking view of the lives of the working class in 19th-century Sydney, while the outdoor areas feature the original wash houses and small backyards.

Susannah Place Museum

  • 58–64 Gloucester Street, The Rocks

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