The Queen Adelaide Room is used for receptions and other functions hosted by the City.
The room was named in 1953 before Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II visited Adelaide in 1954 when she presented a portrait of Queen Adelaide, which is on permanent loan. The portrait hangs in the room and shows Queen Adelaide aged 57 years.
The Regency display cases contain gold cutlery, a wine glass, a prayer book and one of Queen Adelaide’s diaries (written in German) covering the period 1830 to 1831. Items of clothing and jewellery and other items from the Victorian ear and books from her library are also displayed in cabinets. On the walls are a number of portraits of Queen Adelaide.