An intact example of 19th century suburban high life, the National Heritage Listed Rippon Lea Estate is like a suburb all to itself, an authentic Victorian mansion amidst 14 acres of breathtaking gardens.
Make yourself at home exploring over 20 rooms in the original estate, its sweeping heritage grounds, a picturesque lake and waterfall, an original 19th century fruit orchard and the largest fernery in the Southern Hemisphere.
Keep your eyes peeled for the Gruffalo’s latest hideout.
Open all year, Rippon Lea Estate is Victoria’s grandest backyard.
Please note from Monday 24 February to Friday 20 March the Mansion will be closed for the installation of the Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears Exhibition. This exhibition is open from Friday 20 March until Sunday 19 July and is presented inside the mansion.
Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears Exhibition: 20 March - 19 July. Phryne returns with an exhibition filled with glamour, romance and adventure. Experience large scale installations recreating Miss Fisher’s world, complete with an interactive mystery experience, all the while enjoying costumes designed by Margot Wilson, props and more from Miss Fisher’s first cinematic release, Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears.
$15 Adult $12 Concession $9 Children (5-15 years) $40 Family (two adults and two children) Free admission for National Trust members. Guided tours of the house and gardens run throughout the day from 10:30am to 3:00pm subject to volunteer availability.
|$12.00 - $15.00|
Children (5-15 years) From August 2019 to July 2020 general admission also includes The Gruffalo Trail.
- Daily: 10:00am - 4:00pm
25 Dec 2019
10 Apr 2020
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