Eureka House is a unique Creole house built in 1830 located by the river of Moka surrounded by a magnificient garden.It is an elegant Créole residence originally owned by British and French aristocrats in the 19th century.The Eureka house was restored and opened to the public as a museum in 1986.
Eureka is constructed largely of wood and surrounded by a long, shady veranda and is reputed to be one of the largest houses on the island, with 109 doors and windows.The garden consist of a curious mix of natural Mauritian plant life, including mango trees and palms, a waterfall and an English-style garden.
The Eureka House Restaurant also caters for a personalized service for weddings, receptions, meetings, cocktail parties and many others.
The museum has areas which are dedicated to music, art, antique maps, Chinese and Indian house wares and quirky contraptions like a colonial-era shower.
Waterfall & Nature
There are many small waterfalls, plants which surrounds the house.
Operating Hours: 09:00 - 17:00
Operating Days All Days
Duration: 01:00 hours
Activity Time: Flexible