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South Australia's History Festival is back for another year, bringing a program of fun and adventure as we explore back in time. There's something for everyone, with many free events and lots of opportunities for families to find fun for kids. The History Festival brings excitement to every region of our state during May, but do remember to book early as most events sell out quickly.
This year's Festival kicks off with Open Doors from April 27-29, which replaces the former Open House Adelaide event held in earlier years. You can take free tours of places like Urbrae House, the Longwood Institute and the grand Freemason's Lodge in Adelaide.
We've looked though South Australia's History Festival program to find some of the more unusual and interesting events for you. The paper program should be available in your local library or community centre, while the online program makes it very easy to find what you want. Here's a selection of our pick.
Enjoy a Historical Walk With Coromandel Valley National Trust