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The New Parliament House was built in stages from 1874 to 1939 to replace the smaller and simpler Old Parliament House of 1843 which todays houses the Constitution Museum. The statue in front of the Greek Revival new building has the Lion from the Royal Coat of Arms of the Westminster Houses Of Parliament in London.

Adelaide Parliament House and Nearby Attractions on Map

Nearby Attractions km / mile
Adelaide Botanic Gardens

Adelaide Botanic Gardens(1.2 km)
The Adelaide Botanic Gardens are an oasis of quiet and relaxation in the heart of the city.

North Terrace

North Terrace(0.3 km)
The North Terrace, which runs along the northern edge of the Central Business District, is home to museums, art galleries, universities and historic buildings.

Adelaide Central Market

Adelaide Central Market(1 km)
The Central Market is a busy, colorful food market with over 80 stalls selling fresh produce, cheese, flowers, baked goods, meat, seafood and specialty foods.

National War Memorial

National War Memorial(0.3 km)
The National War Memorial in the Adelaide city centre honors those who served in World War I.

Westpac House

Westpac House(0.4 km)
The 132 m high Westpac House is the tallest building in Adelaide.

Rundle Lantern Light Display

Rundle Lantern Light Display(0.2 km)
The Rundle Lantern is a 748 panel LED display around the façade of the U-Park building on Gawler Place in the East End of Adelaide.

Adelaide Zoo

Adelaide Zoo(1.2 km)
The Adelaide Zoo has over 2500 animals across 250 species, and is a good place to take the kids for a day of fun and learning.

Art Gallery of South Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia(0.5 km)
Housed in a historic Victorian building on North Terrace, the Art Gallery of South Australia has over 38000 works from around the world, with a focus on Australian art from 1800 to the present day, including Aboriginal art.

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