Open House Adelaide

Hebart Hall, in Jeffcot Street, North Adelaide was once a major private school. It now houses the Australian Lutheran College.

Hebart Hall, in Jeffcott Street, North Adelaide was once a major private school. It now houses the Australian Lutheran College.

Open House Adelaide is part of a global network of Open House regions worldwide. The concept of opening buildings up to the public started in London almost 20 years ago. The Open House model invites everyone to experience and explore the value of buildings in their environment. This successful concept has been extended to other cities around the world, and you can now find Open House in Adelaide, Barcelona, Brisbane, Chicago, Dublin, Galway, Gdansk-Sopot-Gdynia, Helsinki, Jerusalem, Limerick, Lisbon, London, Melbourne, New York, Perth, Rome, Slovenia, Tel Aviv, and Thessaloniki.

Adelaide joined the Open House network in 2012, and hosted their first one during South Australia’s About Time History Festival last year. This proved incredibly popular, and it’s now it back with even more buildings around Adelaide opening their doors to the public.

Saturday 4th May and Sunday 5th May are the days these buildings scheduled to be open. Some 1 day only, others both. You can find full details of each event  on the www.openhouseadelaide.com.au website.

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Please book for the events you wish to attend (don’t just turn up on the day), and if attending events, be sure to wear comfy walking shoes, and take a brolly just in case of bad weather.

Open Saturday 4 May
Art Gallery of South Australia
Black Box
Dickson & Platten Architects office building
Edmund Wright Building
Elder Hall
Elder House
Former Flinders Street School of Music
Former Reserve Bank building
Goodman Building
Hardy Milazzo Office
Hebart Hall
Her Majesty’s Theatre
Historic McLaren Street Walk and Talk
JPE Design Studio
Oxigen Halifax Studio
Quaker Meeting House
Thebarton Incinerator
Torrens Building
Tridente Architects Studio
University of Adelaide, Elder Hall
University of Adelaide, Mitchell Building
Walkley House

Open Sunday 5 May
Ada Street House
Adelaide Festival Centre
Artlab Australia
Ayers House Museum
Brougham Place Uniting Church
First Church of Christ, Scientist, Adelaide
Government House Adelaide
Migration Museum
National Wine Centre of Australia
Parliament House
Torrens Training Depot and Parade Ground
UniSA City East campus, Brookman Building
UniSA City West campus, Kaurna Building
UniSA City West campus, Samstag Museum of Art
UniSA, School of Law
University of Adelaide, Darling West
University of Adelaide, Hartley Building
University of Adelaide, Lower North Terrace Campus
University of Adelaide, The Plant Accelerator
University of Adelaide, Urrbrae House

Open Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 May
Adelaide Town Hall
Freemasons Grand Lodge, SA and NT
Goldsbrough House
MFS Headquarters – Adelaide Station
North Adelaide Baptist Church
Santos Museum of Economic Botany
Shell House
Smyth Memorial Chapel
St Peter’s Cathedral
State Herbarium of South Australia
State Library of South Australia
Sussex Street Residence
Westpac House

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Further information and useful links:
Open House Adelaide website: http://openhouseadelaide.com.au
Open House Adelaide on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/OpenHouseAdelaide
Open House Adelaide on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OpenHouseAdel

Open House Worldwide website: http://www.openhouseworldwide.org
Open House Worldwide on Twitter: https://twitter.com/OHWorldwide

About Time: South Australia’s History Festival website: http://abouttime.sa.gov.au
About Time: South Australia’s History Festival on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/HistoryFestival
About Time: South Australia’s History Festival on Twitter: https://twitter.com/historyfestival

 

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