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Stella Bowen’s restless youthOctober 25, 2017
Slums and Socialites: East Terrace’s extremesSeptember 22, 2017
Epworth Building: Gothic Icon Gets a Colourful RevivalJuly 31, 2017
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Famous for its markets, food, fashion, hotels, cafes and restaurants, experience the unique cultural and historical features of Adelaide’s East End.
Explore Victorian-era Adelaide through one of its most prominent public figures and seven-time Premier, Sir Henry Ayers.
Discover some of the intriguing and often hidden elements found among the city's heritage buildings on this tour.
What’s the link between quiet 1890s North Adelaide and the radical world of 1920s European art and literature? Meet Stella Bowen.
Meet the scandalous statue that sent shockwaves through Victorian Adelaide, and the contemporary works that made us question the very nature of "art".
Join us for a gentle stroll past stately homes, striking architecture and stunning views of the city.
Adelaide’s collection of stained glass windows is among the most diverse and interesting in the country.
Discover the rich history behind this less-travelled corner of the city.
Explores the people, buildings and events of the heart of Colonel Light's plan for the city.
Unravel one of Australia's greatest unsolved mysteries by retracing the evidence of the Somerton Man's final day around the city.
Visit the hallowed stages and sticky floors that launched generations of South Australian talent.
Hit the pavement with us to uncover the stories and secrets hidden behind the city’s eastern front.
The Market to Market tour explores past and present market sites in the City of Adelaide.
Neither prison nor hospital, the “criminal ward” of the former Glenside Mental Hospital occupies a unique place in South Australia's history.
Come explore the murky past and quirky present of Adelaide’s pub scene, from thirsty colonial outposts to the sly grog shenanigans of the Six O’Clock Swill era and beyond!
Journey above and below ground to explore the secrets of one of Adelaide’s most fascinating colonial buildings.