Art Gallery of South Australia (AGSA) is an art gallery situated in the Australian city, Adelaide. The gallery was established in 1881 but did not move to its current Victorian home until 1900, since then the building its housed in has been extended and renovated multiple times. The gallery is Australia's second biggest, it has a collection of over 38,000 works. The gallery is known for its collection of Australian art which also includes indigenous and colonial pieces. As well as Australian art the galley has a collection of British art, Japanese art and much more. The gallery also plays host to many travelling exhibitions. It is the place to go for art enthusiasts in South Australia.
The gallery is situated on the North Terrace in Adelaide. By car, there are a couple of parking opportunities available on Kintore Avenue and Victoria Drive; be aware that parking in those places is timed parking. By tram, take the BTANIC line to the ‘Art Gallery’ stop.
Opening Times and Admission
The gallery is open daily, 10am-5pm. Admission to the gallery is free to all. The gallery has an onsite restaurant and a shop.