Adelaide Tours - Sacred Glass

 

 
 

Description

Adelaide’s collection of stained glass windows is among the most diverse and interesting in the country. From the precious stained glass that arrived with the first settlers in 1836, to the Stock Exchange’s Federation windows, this trail reveals the meaning behind some of the city’s most sacred glass.

 

Thursday 3 October, 10.00am

 

BOOKINGS ESSENTIAL

Duration: Approximately 90 minutes
Please note these walking tours may include uneven ground. Sensible footwear and weather appropriate clothing are recommended.

As this tour includes some interiors of buildings such as The Art Gallery of South Australia, tour participants are asked to carry only small bags that do not require coat check. Photographs are permitted at all of the sites we visit. 
You are welcome to break off from the group at any point

Starting point:

Brookman Hall, UniSA (City East)

North Terrace, Adelaide, SA 5000

 

End Point:

Pilgrim Uniting Church

12 Flinders Street, Adelaide

 

Contact Details:

Ayers House Museum
bookings@nationaltrustsa.org.au
(08) 8223 1234