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“A Planned City”
North Terrace is a good example of what a planned city looks like. Adelaide was founded in 1836 and built as a planned city with a square mile central business district which is surrounded by parkland that is surrounded by suburbs.
North Terrace is on the northern edge of the central business district and contains various government buildings such as the University of Adelaide, state museum, state art gallery, state library, war memorial, and main railway station. Most of these building
Roman N, 2013-01-05
Good place to visit is the Casino on North Terrace for a quiet drink, meals or a play the tables or pokies
“Adelaide is great”
close to everything, we stayed at the oaks embassy and it was perfect for what we needed, a short stroll to the nearest tram station and totally self contained with amazing views of the city skyline. We have stayed there again since and were not disappointed
“North Terrace, Adelaide”
North Terrace in the Adelaide cbd is the most impressive street in the city, housing the South Australian Museum, SA Art Gallery, State Library, Government House, State Parliament, the Adelaide Casino and both the Adelaide and SA universities. At the eastern end is the entrance to the Adelaide Botanic Gardens and a little further on is the Wine Museum.
It is well worth spending a few hours dipping into the various free attractions and is a pleasant stroll in its own right.
On the souther
F P, 2012-12-26
“Great variety of attractions!”
From the museum to the Art Gallery there is plenty to see along North Terrace. Only a short walk north of the city it is easy to spend most of the day visiting attractions in this area. What surprised me was the small amount of traffic that passed through the area on the weekend which made life much quieter and easier to cross the wide street. There are plenty of eating places within easy walking distance too!
“This promenade lacks shade”
Whilst the paving and water features are attractive, there is a distinct lack of shade in Adelaide's warmer weather. More deciduous shade trees would make this an excellent walking space.
Darryl D, 2012-12-13
“where the most landmarks are”
North Terrace in Adalaide is probably where the concentration of landmarks and old buildings are, in fact North Terrace would be where the CBD area is and Victoria Square the centre of the Symmetric city of Adelaide is just a triangle with Grass and couple of statues. North Terrace has the River, Arts, Casino, Rundall Mall, Old Museums etc...
“enjoy a stroll”
a bit noisy with traffic, but a nice place to walk with nice cafes and bars along the way. enjoy the Holy Trinity Church on the west side, the oldest Church in Adelaide. Great free stops along the way including the library, S Australia Museum, Art Museum, and Universities.
“Lovely North Terrace.”
This is a worthwhile promenade on the northern edge of the city, just across from the Murray River. Here you will find the South Australian Art Gallery, Adelaide Convention Centre, main Railway Station and a variety of colonial architecture, statues and very nice hotels. Just behind North Terrace lies the main shopping street complete with it's modern malls and some excellent pubs and eateries.
Enjoyed strolling the streets. Great shopping, food and drinking spots. Didn't stay at north terrace but definitely would next visit
Jo F, 2012-12-05
Sandra A, 2012-05-25
Ashleigh B, 2012-05-22
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
Every other year I buy a membership because my child and her cousin love to go. When we heard that the Space Shuttle Enterprise was coming to town we were excited even though it never went to space. Long story short, you don't get to go inside the shuttle. There is very little interactive displays. My sister went to see the one in Washington DC, she
went inside and it was free.
The rest of the museum is as fantastic as ever. The family still enjoys it.
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