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‘1837 and all that’ Panel Discussion
Mon. 22 May 2017, 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm ACST
Mr South Australia, Keith Conlon, hosts a panel discussion exploring the early days of South Australia. Keith will be joined by special guests for this lively conversation about the foundation years of the State.
Ayers House will be open from 5.30pm, event to start at 6pm.
Disability access to Ayers House: The event will take place in the State Dining Room, located on the ground floor of Ayers House Museum. The ground floor of the museum is wheelchair accessible and there are disabled toilet facilities available onsite. Please note that as Ayers House is a heritage building, access to the upper and lower floors are via stairs. Regrettably, some guests with limited mobility may not be able to negotiate access to these spaces.
Parking: There is some limited onsite paid parking available at Ayers House Museum. Please note that it is a Pay & Display carpark that is privately owned and not managed by the museum.
Two-hour paid street parking from 8am to 6pm is available along North Terrace and East Terrace.
There is also 26 space U-Park carpark located nearby at 22-30 Frome Street, between North Terrace and Rundle Street. More information about the U-Park can be found here: http://upark.com.au/locations/frome-north-tce/
A drop-off point is also available along the driveway in front of Ayers House Museum for guests with limited mobility.