Open Doors

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Date(s) - 27/04/2019 - 29/04/2019
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm

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Mount Pleasant is opening some doors as part of the SA History Festival Open Doors programme.
Come along and enjoy an afternoon in our township, visiting the

Police Station taken in 1985, now a private residence

State Heritage listed former Police Station (now a private residence), 27 Melrose Street.

The library, cells and garden are open for perusal.

and Melrose House, which was built as a bank and has a central strongroom (now a private residence), 2 Saleyard Road.

Learn a little of the history of this building from current owners and appreciate the preservation of the home.

Melrose House was built as a bank but soon became a stock & station agency

and the art deco inspired Soldiers’ Memorial Hall, 61 Melrose Street

still much loved and used by the community. This building was built as an Institute, and is now owned by The Barossa Council and maintained by them.

Soldiers Memorial Hall, Mount Pleasant

All venues open from 1pm to 4pm.

Bookings are required for Groups only.
Gold Coin donation on entry
Why not make an afternoon journey to the town of Mount Pleasant and enjoy coffee and cake at the local bakeries.

Enquiries to Sue Barrett on 0403 012 339

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