Rouse Hill House & Farm, Rouse Hill

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  • We visited on a Sunday, when nothing special or school holiday activities were happening. This means that you get a standard experience which was very good. We were part of a guided tour, which was go...  more »
  • Another fantastic heritage experience from the folks that bring you Elizabeth Bay House, Elizabeth Farm and Vaucluse House, among others. The Farm animal tour was pretty simple, as the cows are curren...  more »
  • I’d would have bragged about once been a local until I couldn’t find it. The address - 356 Annangrove Road - is actually off Windsor Road heading towards Windsor from Castle Hill and not on the Annang...  more »
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  • Great day out a must if you have childern
  • The lovely volunteers there will take you on a tour and answer questions about this wonderful time capsule of Australias history. You have to see it.
  • Love the local history reflected in this place. Staff were friendly and knowledgable. Kids enjoyed it, especially the school house experience.
  • There's not much to see here - at least if there's no special event on. It may be better during school holidays. Visited on a normal weekend and went on the tour of the house. It was dark in the daytime as the shutters are kept shut to preserve the interior but the lights weren't working. Bring a torch (or use your phone's torch). The school house layout was interesting and it was well lit so you could actually see well inside.
  • Well preserved homestead, managed by Sydney living museums. Hourly tours, great for kids