Address: 2 - 12 Parliament Place, East Melbourne
Opening Hours: 10am to 4pm - Saturday and Sunday
What's Open: Two self guided tours of the historical and architectural features of the Terrace and a Murder Tour will be available to visitors. The ground level shop, gallery, conservatory, restored sitting and dining rooms will be open. An exhibition `Loved and Lost – The Battle for Melbourne” will be on display in the Tasma Conservatory. This fascinating exhibition about the battles to save buildings in the CBD from the 1950s until today documents Melbourne as it was at various stages, what was lost, what waswonandhowwegottowhere we are now. A photographic exhibition of Melbourne’s sewers by Christian Pearson, “Melbourne Underground” will be on display in the Tasma Gallery. These works examine the world of our hidden, underground network of tunnels and chambers.
Frequency Of Tours: Self guided
Building Type: Residential Buildings – Single Housing
Year Built: 1878–1879/1886–1887
Architect: Charles Webb
Tram Stops: Stop 10: Parliament Railway Station/Macarthur Street on routes 31, 48, 109 and 112
A superb example of Boom Style terrace architecture and a rare example of a three-storey terrace in Melbourne.
Included on either the Victorian Heritage Register, Heritage Council. Classified by the National Trust, Australia (Victoria) or included on the CIty of Melbourne Heritage Overlay
Lines Expected, Arrive Early
Good for Kids