Adelaide Tours: Hidden Stories, Small Details

Heritage buildings can be imposing sights, but look closer and you’ll find that sometimes the most intriguing stories from the past lie in the smaller details.
This tour highlights the hidden elements and architectural Easter eggs that tell the real story behind some iconic city structures.
This little squirrel is often overlooked sitting above an arch way to a prominent church.
Join us as our spring walking tours begin again with Adelaide Tours: Hidden Stories, Small Details on Saturday 5 September at 10.00am starting from Ayers House Museum.
Bookings are essential.
Cost:
Adults – $15
Concession – $13
NTSA Member – $10
Child – $10

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Start time: 10.00am

Walk Starting Point:

Outside of Brookman Hall, near the corner of North Terrace and Frome Road, Adelaide

End Point: Observatory House – Flinders Street

There are 9 locations on this walking tour.

Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
Please note these walking tours may include uneven ground. Sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing are recommended

You are welcome to break off from the group at any point.

Presented by the National Trust of South Australia.
For more information contact:

bookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au
08 8202 9200