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Beaumont House Open Days

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Home of Adelaide's first Anglican bishop
Beaumont House

In 2023, Beaumont House will once again be open to the viewing public on the first Sunday of each month starting from the 5th of February. Between 2pm and 4:30pm, you can tour the historical rooms of the house, wander through its gardens and have afternoon tea either outdoors or indoors depending on the weather. These open days, with tours every 20 minutes, are suitable for anyone interested in history and architecture.

Beaumont House

The house was built in 1849 by Adelaide's first Anglican bishop. It then became the home of Sir Samuel Davenport and a few other owners before being bequeathed to the National Trust of South Australia in 1970. It currently serves as the organisation's state office.

Beaumont House

Entry is $15 per adult and this includes afternoon tea. You can find the house at 631 Glynburn Road in Beaumont. For more information, please check out their Facebook page or head to their website at
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Why? Home of Adelaide's first Anglican bishop
When: Various dates
Where: 631 Glynburn Road, Beaumont, SA
Cost: $15 per adult
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