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Ayers House is a historic Regency mansion built in 1846.
Ayers House is a historic Regency mansion built in 1846. Elegantly furnished in Victorian style with art, silverware, costumes and furniture on display, it offers a peek into the lifestyle of wealthy industrialist and former Premier of South Australia Sir Henry Ayers.
288 North Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000, Australia
+61 8 8223 1234
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