The Scots’ Church Melbourne
First founded in 1838, the church’s original temporary wooden building at the west end of Collins Street made way for one of Melbourne’s most iconic buildings. Constructed between 1873 and 1874, the Gothic Revival style Scots’ Church was designed to be the most beautiful building in Australia.
Take yourself through the church and experience a demonstration of the magnificent Rieger Organ. The Sunday morning church service will take place (guests are welcome) before the building opens for self guided visits. Free coffee over the weekend.
Virtual tours of the inside of the Organ and Spire, with stories behind the stained glass windows, are accessible at scotschurch.com/open-house
Limited Children’s activities such as colouring and dot to dot.
Image: Inside Church, property of Scots' Church. Photo: Tomorrow Agency.
Time & Date
Sunday 31 July
Church Service 11am-12.15pm (guests welcome)
Open 12.30pm-4 pm
Cnr Collins and Russell St, Melbourne 3000