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The Art Of Christmas @ Lot Fourteen

December 7, 2018 @ 5:00 pm - 10:00 pm


Discover The Art of Christmas at Lot Fourteen, with a creative tree trail that is embedded amongst the Former Royal Adelaide Hospital site.

Located amongst the cultural treasures of North Terrace, nestled against the Adelaide Botanic Garden and a stone’s throw from some of the best restaurants, bars and shopping in the city, Lot Fourteen is one of the most exciting urban redevelopments in the world.

Eight fabulous South Australian artists are using their creative talents and a sprinkle of Christmas magic to bring trees to life at Lot Fourteen this Christmas.

Based on famous trails such as the Berlin bears, the Easter egg hunt in New York and Gromit Unleashed in Bristol, The Art of Christmas will transform Lot Fourteen into a Christmas wonderland.

Each tree unique just like the artists themselves, will form the trail for you to follow. Get started by downloading the map and follow the trail around this unique and historic site.

Explore Lot Fourteen over the festive season and see the trail for yourself. A Christmas exhibition is not to be missed.


The Christmas trees will be available for you to discover from Friday 7 December 2018 until Sunday 6 January 2019.

During the day these stunning trees will sit beautifully in and around Lot Fourteen, corner of North Terrace and Frome Road. After dark, the trees come alive and light up the night. So download the map and explore the whole trail. For more visit


December 7, 2018
5:00 pm - 10:00 pm
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