Beaumont House ‘Victorian Embroidery’

See one of the favourite pastimes of the Victorian era at Beaumont House. Victorian Embroidery will be on display, on loan from members of the Embroiderer’s Guild of SA.

Beaumont House ‘Victorian Embroidery’ display & house tours

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.

Cost: Adult $15, incl afternoon tea

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Beaumont House

631 Glynburn Rd Beaumont

Burnside@nationaltrustsa.org.au

Chris Perriam 0468 866 492

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