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Top 5 Things To Do In Glenelg – A Beachside Suburb That Has Plenty To Offer

Once just a sleepy town with nothing much to do, Glenelg has now undergone a massive transformation, partly in thanks to its gorgeous white sand beaches. Take a look at the best excursions in the area


Visit the Adelaide Central Market

Savour the wide variety of Australian produce at the Adelaide Central Market. With a history that goes back one hundred and forty years, one can find everything, be it farm fresh fruits, cheese or meat. The Adelaide Central Market is widely considered the nucleus of the city's food culture. Looking for ready made food? Worry not as you can find freshly brewed coffee as well as savouries like pastries. Regardless of if you are a foodie or not, the Adelaide Central Market is definitely worth a visit.


Glenelg Visitor Center

An avid history fan? If so spare the time to visit the Glenelg Visitor Center. While the area now has many heritage hotels and alfresco cafés, Glenelg was once a small settlement that started in the eighteenth century. The Glenelg Visitor Center aims to provide a peek into this stage of the town. Furthermore, the Centre has a museum inside that features a number of interesting items that educate a visitor on the history of and the heritage of this city. The museum is free to visit. Close to most Glenelg accommodation, getting to the Glenelg Visitor Centre is not a difficult task.


Bay Discovery Center

An excellent location to discover the social history of the town, the Bay Discovery Center is a delightful museum that has seven exhibition spaces which show you the little known aspects of South Australia's heritage. The centre prides itself on developing creativity and has about six drop in programs for kids on a daily basis. All of these programs aim to enhance the creative aspect of a kid and aid their learning process. Walking distance from hotels such as Oaks Liberty Towers, the Ba Discovery Centre is a unique experience for everyone.


Glenelg Pier

One never gets enough of the sea and its atmosphere. Drop by to the Glenelg Pier during the evenings for a calming walk amongst the waves and seagulls. First built in the eighteenth century, this pier was destroyed by a fire and a hurricane after that ruined almost all traces of the pier. Rebuilt again in 1969, the Glenelg Pier is a great location to be at during the sunsets while the pier itself has all the qualities for a perfect Instagram worthy picture.


Proclamation Trail

Ideal for someone looking for a bit of physical activity, this self guided trail winds its way past historical sites. You have the option of either walking through the trail or using a mountain bike. Some of the sites you will come across as you go through the Proclamation Trail are 'First Landing' and the 'Old Gum Tree'. The latter is the location where the 'Proclamation of South Australia' was read, which should explain the historical significance behind the trail and its name.

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