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The name Roundhouse may refer to:
- A roundhouse is a building used by railroads for servicing locomotives.
- Atlantic roundhouse, an Iron Age stone building found in the northern and western parts of mainland Scotland, the Northern Isles and the Hebrides
- Round-house (lock-up), a small prison
- Roundhouse (dwelling), a kind of house with circular walls, constructed during both the Iron Age and later, found in many areas of the world.
- Roundhouse or gin gang, an extension to a threshing barn
- The substructure of a Post mill which encloses the trestle and forms a storage facility
- The uppermost cabin on a ship used to accommodate the Master and some of the Lieutenants.
- Round House, an historic structure in Freemantle, Western Australia, originally use as a jail. This was the first permanent building constructed in the Swan River Colony.
- The Roundhouse, an entertainment venue at the University of New South Wales.
- Dagenham Roundhouse, a pub and venue in East London
- Horton Rounds, a Grade II listed house in Northamptonshire, England, sometimes referred to as the Round House
- Roundhouse (venue), an entertainment venue in Chalk Farm, London, England
- St Giles's Roundhouse, a prison in London, England
- That Roundhouse, a private dwelling within the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park in Wales
- The Round House, a Georgian villa in outer London
- The Round House, Stanton Drew, an old toll house in Somerset
- Roundhouse kick, a martial arts technique
- Roundhouse (periodical), a magazine publication by the New South Wales Rail Transport Museum
- Roundhouse Railroad Museum, in Savannah, Georgia
- Roundhouse (TV series), a Nickelodeon television show
- The Round House (novel), a 2011 prize-winning novel by Louise Erdrich
As a nickname
"Roundhouse" is a nickname for:
- The Charles Koch Arena in Wichita, Kansas
- The McKenzie Arena in Chattanooga, Tennessee
- The New Mexico State Capitol
- The Philadelphia Police Department's headquarters
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