Fort Glanville Conservation Park

Galleries, Museums and Collections

Fort Glanville Conservation Park represents a significant period in South Australia’s European colonial history. The fort remains largely unaltered since it was built in 1880 to boost Australia’s defence strategy. Visitors are treated to full historical re-enactments by members of the Fort Glanville Historical Association, including military drills and cannon firing.

Tours at the fort are available by prior arrangement year round from 10am – 12pm every Tuesday, or other times if organised in advance. Contact the Fort Glanville Historical Association to book.

The Fort Glanville Historical Association offer guided tours and historical re-enactments on the 3rd Sunday of each month, 1pm – 4:30pm (September to May).

Facilities

Carpark Coach Parking Gallery / Museum Public Toilet

Activities

Walks

Disabled Assistance

Caters for challenges with learning and communication

Rates

From AU$6.00

Open days and re-enactments, third Sunday of the month – September to May.

Adult – $15.00
Child, under 14 – $7.00
Concession – $7.00
Family – $35.00

Tuesday tours 1:00pm – 4:30pm
Standard tour – $6.00 per person

Bookings are essential for 25 people or more.

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