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Jack and the Beanstalk at Ayers House Museum (National Trust of South Australia)

Jack and the Beanstalk at Ayers House Museum

Tour a nineteenth-century mansion looking for story clues. Then go up to the nursery and hear a traditional English tale of cunning and courage told in the old way – without a book. Make your own Jack in the Beanstalk or a rocking cow to take home with you. Dress up for a family portrait, play board games or write a letter at Sir Henry Ayers’ desk. At the conclusion of the session stay and explore the museum at your leisure. The event would suit children aged from 5-9 and make a great intergenerational outing! Bookings essential.

Presented by National Trust of South Australia


Sat 1 May, 10.30am (approx. 75 mins)


Ayers House Museum, 288 North Tce, Adelaide


Adult: $15.00
Concession: $13.00
Member: $10.00
Child: $8.00
Family: $25.00

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National Trust of South Australia, 8223 1234,


Family Friendly Companion Card accepted Bookings Essential Full Toilet Facilities Partial Wheelchair Access

Bookings essential
Please note the upper and lower floors of Ayers House are accessible by stairs only

Event capacity: 20


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