World of possibilities tour

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L-R: Ian Potter Queen’s Hall as it will look after being redeveloped; Queen's Hall Reading Room, Melbourne Public Library, Barnett Johnstone, 1859
Date
11 July 2017, 1:00pm2:00pm
13 July 2017, 11:30am12:30pm
15 July 2017, 1:00pm2:00pm
Cost
$25
LocationMeet in front foyer
Accessibility Has wheelchair access

Come behind the scenes for an exclusive tour of some of our most beautiful and historic spaces – many of them closed to the public – before they are transformed as part of the Library’s Vision 2020 redevelopment.

Discover the history of this unique heritage building – from heritage galleries and the magnificent Ian Potter Queen’s Hall, to breathtaking views of the domed reading room.

Hear firsthand about the exciting changes ahead as Vision 2020 restores, reinvents and opens up new spaces throughout the Library.

This exclusive tour is available for a limited time only. Numbers are reserved to 15 participants per tour.

All proceeds go towards our Vision 2020 Appeal and help provide a free, world-class Library for all Victorians – today and into the future.

Accessibility note: This is a one-hour walking tour that includes stairs. When booking, please advise if you have any access requirements.

On the day: Please bring a copy of your ticket (printed or electronic) and arrive ten minutes before your tour start time.