Free Guided Tours
The Art Gallery has a dedicated team of Gallery Guides to help make your visit both educational and entertaining. Whether discussing early Australian colonial art, European art, Asian art or contemporary art, our Guides will share their knowledge and passion for art with you.
Daily, 11 am & 2 pm
Guided tours of the collection depart every day at 11 am and 2 pm from the North Terrace main entrance.
Free Lunchtime & Weekender Talks
Every day, 12.30 pm
Feed your mind at lunchtime with free bite-sized talks on works of art on display, presented by specialist Gallery Guides every day (except Tuesdays) at 12.30pm.
On Tuesdays at 12.30 pm, curators, artists and other experts present insightful talks about works of art on display (exhibition entry fees may apply to talks held in some exhibitions).
For a full list of upcoming Tuesday lunchtime talks by curators, click here
Guided tours of our temporary exhibitions are held daily. Exhibition entry fees may apply.
Click here to find out about tours being offered during Turner from the Tate >
Private Group Tours
Whether you’re visiting in a group, looking for your next social club outing or planning a private function, why not arrange for a private tour of the Art Gallery. Conditions apply.
Information and bookings: email us or telephone 08 8207 7005
Or register your booking here
Regular Auslan interpreted guided tours are presented for deaf and hearing-imapred patrons, free of charge. Each tour offers a new topic, with Collection highlights the perfect tour for first time visitors.
Guided Tours for Children
Begin your lifelong journey in the amazing world of visual art. Free children’s tours are presented on the first Sunday of every month with our START at the Gallery program.
Cost: Free. Bookings not required
Meet: Santos Atrium
Special tours may be organised by appointment.
Information: firstname.lastname@example.org or 08 8207 7005
Detail: Francesco Guardi, Italy, 1712-1793, An architectural capriccio, 18th century, Venice, Gift of William Bowmore AO OBE through the Art Gallery of South Australia 1999.