Royal Historical Society of Victoria

Occupied by the Army from 1866-1988, and now home to the Royal Historical Society of Victoria.

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Address: 239 A'Beckett Street, Melbourne

Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Sunday only

What's Open: From A’Beckett Street and turn right into the former Australian Army Medical Corps Drill Hall. Pass the offices and library, and head up the stairs to see the Officers’ Mess. Whilst in the library, view the Historical Society's latest exhibition ‘Right Royal - the influence of monarchy on the cultural identity of Victoria’.

Frequency Of Tours: Self guided tours

Building Type: Cultural Buildings - Cultural Centre

Year Built: 1938

Architect: George Hallandal

Web: www.historyvictoria.org.au

Tram Stops: Stop 6: Lonsdale Street, Flagstaff Gardens on route 55

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