For the first time in its 82-year history, Ramsay House will be open to the public for one day only.
Occupying a warm place in the hearts of Ranelagh residents and the Ramsay family, Ramsay House is a unique example of interwar architecture designed by one of Australia’s most prolific architects, Sir Roy Burman Grounds and is listed on the Victorian Heritage Register (VHR H2181).
The cottage was built in 1937 as a summer weekend and holiday getaway for Mrs Bettine Ramsay and her two young sons. In addition to its architectural significance, the house has a fascinating story to tell, and is now being cared for by Victoria Grounds, who has undertaken an award-winning restoration of the property.
Bookings are highly recommended, as visitor numbers are strictly limited to access at one-hour intervals throughout the day. Book early in order to secure your ticket and preferred time slot.
For further information and to purchase tickets, please click on the link below.
Entry conditions apply.
Note: All proceeds from ticket sales go direct to continuing the restoration of Ramsay House.