Rouse Hill House & Farm
Girl with flowers in the gardens outside the Main House at Rouse Hill House and Farm. Photo © James Horan for Sydney Living Museums RHF12_0017

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10AM - 4PM
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  • Wheelchair Accessible

Entry

Adult  | $12 
Concession  | $8 
Family  | $30 
Members  | Free of charge
Children under 5 years  | Free of charge

Address

356 Annangrove Road, Rouse Hill, NSW 2155

Phone

+612 9627 6777
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‘ROUSE HILL: Another good concert. On Friday night last the spacious Arcade at Rouse Hill House … was filled to overflowing, and the entertainment proved an excellent one.’ (Windsor and Richmond Gazette, 17 February 1906)

Black and white photograph of man, woman and child outside Rouse Hill House Man, women and child outside house, Rouse Hill .

Looking out over the paddocks and across to the mountains, this house and farm have been owned by six generations of one family. Through the good times and the bad, each generation has added another layer of belongings, improvements and memories, and today, every object and addition, every tear, stain and repair has a story to tell. With its grand stables and prize horses, orchards and elegant summerhouse, Rouse Hill House was once the social hub of the area. And although the estate was later subdivided as the family fortunes waned, the house and its stories still draw people to its door. Today Rouse Hill House & Farm also features the restored 1888 Rouse Hill schoolhouse, a section of the original Windsor Road turnpike proclaimed by Governor Macquarie in 1813, and the site of the doomed 1804 ‘Vinegar Hill’ convict rebellion.

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View of house from carriage loop, with foliage framing two storey pink building with simple colonnade.

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Volunteer opportunity: Rouse Hill House & FarmWednesday 17 May 2017

Smiling girl holding large cauliflower in outdoor setting.
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WW1 stories from our museumsThursday 20 April 2017

To mark the 1914–18 centenary of World War 1, Sydney Living Museums has developed a special mini-website exploring the wartime engagement of individual men and women associated with our historic places.

Bobby Paton (nee Terry) in fancy dress, holding a Japanese fan

Rouse Hill House and Farm

Keeping coolTuesday 24 January 2017

Shading the face, fanning a fire into a blaze or cooling food, shooing away insects, conveying social status, even passing discreet romantic messages - the use of the fan goes far beyond the creation of a breeze.

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