The David Roche Foundation House Museum


From $17.00
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The David Roche Foundation House Museum in North Adelaide is one of the finest decorative arts collections in a private institution in Australia. With a collection of over 3,500 items it spans two centuries of European art and design from the early Rococo of France to Faberge in Russia.

Tours of David Roche's House can be booked Tuesday to Saturday and the modern gallery wing with changing exhibitions and requires no booking. Closed Sunday, Monday and Public Holidays.

David Roche’s former heritage home, Fermoy House, with its exceptional collection is presented in the opulent manner created by its owner of sixty years. Acquiring wonderful works of art was one of David’s greatest passions and it took him all over the world to find the best pieces possible. Learn about David, his collection, and his other great passion - judging, exhibiting and breeding Afghan Hounds, Kerry Blue Terriers, and Smooth Fox Terriers.

Situated in beautiful North Adelaide, just a few minutes from the city centre, The David Roche Foundation House Museum is easily accessible by bus and parking is available onsite.
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Gallery / Museum
Lawn / Gardens
Non Smoking
Public Toilet
Shop / Gift Shop


From $17.00 to $20.00
Entry cost for guided tours of Fermoy House and current exhibition. For exhibition ticketing only please visit the website.


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