Open House Adelaide

Open House Adelaide returns for its third year, throwing open the doors of 78 buildings to the public on the weekend of 3–4 May 2014. Buildings run the gamut from churches and cultural spaces to commercial buildings and private residences, from historic to cutting-edge contemporary. The program includes five guided tours, family activities such as a building your own miniature city at Migration Museum Family Hub, a 3-D printer demonstration, a glass-blowing demonstration, and a discussion forum on Adelaide’s future.

Organized by History SA, Open House Adelaide joined the network of Open House Worldwide in 2012, and is part of the About Time: South Australia’s History Festival 1–31 May.

A free festival program is available from local libraries, councils, visitors’ centres and other participating outlets. The event is completely free but booking are required for some buildings. More information here.

Event details
Saturday, 3 May 2014 to Sunday, 4 May 2014 Past event
Various locations
Adelaide,  SA,  Australia
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