Parking onsite is available for cars and minibuses. Buses can park on Clissold Road. Visitors with low mobility can be dropped-off at the front of the house, but note that the house is not wheelchair accessible.
We don’t have secure parking for bikes at Rose Seidler House.
HOURS & ADMISSION
Next Open Sunday 29 January
Open Sundays only
10AM - 4PM
Admission charges apply
Closed on public holidays
Adult | $12
Concession | $8
Family | $30
Members | Free of charge
Children under 5 years | Free of charge
We encourage visitors to explore the house on their own, with our friendly guides on hand to provide information or help if needed.
Groups of 10 or more can book a 45-minute guided tour but this needs to be arranged beforehand. For information and bookings call +61 2 9989 8020
Please note that we currently do not offer programs for school groups at this site.
Things to do
See designs by iconic mid 20th-century designers Charles Eames, Eero Saarinen and Ferrari-Hardoy, and by Harry Seidler himself
Soak up the sense of daring and optimism that marked a new way of living and a new era in house design.
Be inspired to make a mural or redesign your own home, room or apartment.
Explore the garden and delight in the views over Ku-ring-gai Chase.
Find out about the life and work of one of our most celebrated architects.
Children & families
Explore the house and its garden to discover what made this the most talked about house in Sydney but please be aware that this is a fragile house where we ask visitors not to touch the furniture and objects. Dress up in 50s style and enter the ‘best dressed’ competition at the annual Fifties Fair. Check our Events calendar for details.
Things to remember
The house and furniture are fragile, so we ask visitors not to touch objects or sit on the furniture.
The grounds and carpark are rough and rocky so please wear appropriate shoes, but note that you will be asked to take off your shoes before entering the house. Wear warm socks in winter!
All bags and bulky coats must be left at the entrance to the house.
Please feel free to call before your visit or ask at the reception desk for any assistance you may need.
The house is not accessible by wheelchair and while people with limited mobility can access the site, there is a set of stairs (about 15) that leads to the main floor of the house. There is no opportunity to sit down within the house as much of the furniture is original and fragile. The grounds and carpark are quite rough terrain.
We are always happy to try and accommodate individual visitors with specific needs into our regular guided tours, but we are best able to do that if you call ahead to let us know about any particular requirements you have. For groups with specific needs, we can develop customised tours to support those needs. Please call ahead to arrange on +61 2 9989 8020.
Hearing and vision
The introductory video is captioned. Large-print and braille versions of floor plans are available.
If you’re looking for a statement setting for your next outdoor event for up to 200 people or an authentic location for a filming or photography project, Rose Seidler House with its outstanding modernist architecture and beautiful grounds could be just the venue you’ve been looking for.