Discover Adelaide Town Hall

Go on a fascinating tour of the building guided by City of Adelaide's passionate and knowledgeable volunteers.

Learn about the building's architecture, world famous organ, history, and Colonel William Light: British military officer and the first Surveyor-General of the Colony of South Australia.

VISITING 

Adelaide Town Hall is open to the public from 9am–5pm Monday–Friday.

Come in and view the bronze statue of Queen Adelaide on the ground floor, then venture up the grand marble stairs view the stunning art exhibitions and displays in the level one grand main foyer.

Scheduled private events may limit access at some times. To guarantee access, please call (08) 8203 7590.

Adelaide Town Hall Tours

Public tours are available on selected Mondays at 10am.

Duration: 1 hour
For: Individuals, families, and small groups
Cost: Free, bookings required

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School & Large Group Tour bookings are available.

 

History Festival

History Festival Adelaide Town Hall Tours

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History Festival Adelaide Town Hall Tour in German

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History Festival Adelaide Town Hall Tour in Mandarin

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History Festival Adelaide Town Hall Tour in Russian

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History Festival – The Life Story of Queen Adelaide

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History Festival Colonel Light Tales

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History Festival Portraits and Panels of the Council Chamber

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History Festival Women of Substance and the Paradise Dissent

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History Festival Edward Gibbon Wakefield and the Streets of Adelaide

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