Beaumont House Open Day

All welcome to explore the historic Beaumont House open for guided tours which cover the history of the property and the families who once lived there.

Special Open Days; Victorian Embroidery 2 June, Bishop Short 7 July,  Fathers Day 1 September.

Beaumont House is a State Heritage listed property built in 1849 by Augustus Short, the first Anglican Bishop of Adelaide, and after, the home of Sir Samuel Davenport, politician, horticulturist & pioneer of the olive oil industry in SA. The house has a distinctive Mediterranean character with an open brickwork parapet in soft terracotta colours and a central flat roof originally accessed by a staircase. The NTSA Burnside Branch offer guided tours on Open Days and at other times by arrangement. For information about Tours and Open Days contact 0468 866 492.

Cost: Open Day Tour (includes afternoon tea) Adults $15, Concession/Senior $10, Children under 16years free, afternoon tea $8. NTSA members free (afternoon tea not included).

 

 

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Beaumont House

631 Glynburn Rd, Beaumont

Burnside@nationaltrustsa.org.au

Chris Perriam 0468 866 492

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