Don’t just read about history, experience it at Elizabeth Farm. Considered as Australia’s oldest surviving homestead, Elizabeth Farm allows visitors to freely walk through its old house and garden. No locked doors or barriers will prevent anyone from accessing any area in the house museum. All ornaments are touchable and no furniture is too fragile. Feel free to warm up before an open fire, read family letters, relax under shady verandas or run your hand along the sofa.
Elizabeth Farm was built in 1793 for the father of the wool industry, John Macarthur and his wife Elizabeth. Elizabeth Farm is a rare example of an early Australian colonial homestead.
Elizabeth Farm is open Saturday and Sunday from 10:30 am to 3:00 pm. It is located at 70 Alice Street, Rosehill, NSW 2142. Elizabeth Farm is a quick walk and drive from our 1 Bedroom Self Contained Apartment Sydney.
For more information, go to www.hht.net.au/museums/elizabeth_farm.
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