We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews lower house free tour beautiful building north terrace great architecture guided tour marble columns local mp greek revival public gallery king william street worth the effort victor harbour south australia railway station visiting adelaide politics
Was recently invited to Parliament House for a tour and dinner. Amazing place to walk through and learn about some of the history.
Dinner was excellent and table service was first class, thank you very much!
Made from mainly local materials, eg Kapunda Marble & Victor Harbour Granite. Both buildings are classics of their time. There are 2 guided ( 10AM & 2PM) when parliament is not sitting and well worth the time. Our tour guide was well informed and presented...More
Parliament House is located on North Terrace in the Adelaide CBD and is next to the railway station. It is historically, politically and architecturally interesting. Some research before you travel would be needed if you would like to book a free tour as these are...More
We met on the side of Parliament House to catch a free connector bus to go to Adelaide Zoo. Because of the distinct grey building, it was easy to remember where to get off on the other side of the Parliament House.
We were given a fantastic whirlwind tour of the upper and lower house chambers by Anthony. It was the end of his workday, but he was kind enough to give us a personal tour.
The building is full of grandeur and history. They have a...More
A good example of a stately and important public building. I doubt that it will ever fall over. The stone masons of the day have done an amazing job. Another fine building on North Terrace. Add it to the list.
I visited here with a friend & was surprised to see the interior & when & why things were constructed as they have been. It's now much more interesting & relevant when I see vision of this place on TV news bulletins.