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Beehive Corner Building, Adelaide
Categories: Architectural Buildings, Tourist Spots
A city landmark since 1849, Beehive Corner Building has been a meeting place for locals for over a century. The distinctive architecture of the refurbished building constructed in 1895 is easily recognizable for its Victorian red brick, piercing spires, and central location. On the first floor of the building, local retailers sell opals, clothing, and other goods to the bustling crowd traversing the sidewalks. Plan your Beehive Corner Building visit and explore what else you can see and do in Adelaide using our Adelaide trip builder.
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Haighs Chocolates have been here for a lot of years. A little bit more expensive but they are all handmade!! And, they give you a sample to try a different type of chocolate vey time you go there. Hai... read more »
This building could provide more public use and historic events to raise funds for its preservation. Seeing the upper floors would be nice. Haigh's chocolates at street level seems to be the meeting p... read more »
For Adelaideans the most popular meeting place was and still is, Beehive corner. On the corner of the mall and King William Street. I recall the Bee finally being added around 20 years ago. This corne... read more »
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