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Fermoy House

WHAT

Federation

WHERE

Adelaide

WHEN

early 20th Century

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 design from the early Rococo of France to Faberge in Russia.

 

The museum complex consists of David Roche’s former heritage home, Fermoy House, and an adjoining museum wing. His exceptional private art collection is presented in an opulent manner reminiscent of how David lived in Fermoy House, whilst the museum houses regularly changing exhibitions.

 

Acquiring wonderful works of art was one of David’s greatest passion and it took him all over the world to find the best pieces possible. The collection’s great strengths lie in eighteenth and nineteenth century English, French and Russian furniture, metalware, ceramics and clocks of remarkable quality. The collection includes many paintings as well as smaller objects of great rarity.

 

Open:

Tuesday to Saturday 10am-4pm 

Booked House Tours:

Tuesday to Saturday 10am, 12pm, 2pm 

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