Started off our time at the rocks with a visit to the Rocks Museum for orientation to the history of the area. (Free Entry). Then off to the West Pylon of the Harbour Bridge for a view of the harbour. To climb the two hundred stairs to the viewing platform inside the pylon cost $11.00 but as I was already foot sore did not bother as the view form the bridge was spectacular. We were at the rocks on a Friday so had lunch at the Foodies Market -an abundance of choices and very affordable prices. Next visited the Museum of Modern Art Museum (Free Entry). Visited Susannah Place Museum to see how families lived in the Rocks over a hundred year period. What an interesting place - the four terraces have been conserved not renovated so you you really get a sense of what it would have been like to live there. Tour Guides were well informed and passionate about this place. (Cost $8.00) By this time we were very tired and decided to stop and have a drink in some of Sydney's oldest pubs. Stopped at The Harbour Views, and The Glenmore and finished our day at The Argyale. The rocks is a vibrant and interesting palce to visit.
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