Step into the atmospheric Mercy Heritage Centre and explore the life and work of the Sisters of Mercy in one of Brisbane's oldest surviving buildings. The core of the building 'Adderton' was built in 1858 by John Petrie.
A convent for more than 144 years, visitors now have the unique opportunity to explore this historic residence, gaining insights into the Sisters of Mercy daily life through intimate encounters of the nun's living conditions and instructional training.... more
Revealed is the full breadth and depth of the rich and diverse history of the Sisters of Mercy Brisbane, the origins of the Mercy Order and its key ministries, the All Hallows' School and rare aspects of Catholicism through interactive exhibitions, demonstrations and guided tours.
Also discover the different layers of the building's history, the magnificent Chapel and an incredible collection of religious relics.
Visitors can uncover stories of the lives lived in this incredible place as well as enjoying unparalleled views overlooking the Story Bridge and the Brisbane River from the verandas of this unique cultural setting.... less
Children are welcome.
Disabled facilities are available within the limits of the heritage building.
Admission is free of charge, however a gold coin donation is appreciated.
How To Get There
Enter via stone gateway on Ann Street and follow the driveway up to the left. As signed, the Mercy Heritage Centre entry is near the Statue of Our Lady of Peace. The Mercy Heritage Centre is close to public transport.
Open Monday and Friday from 0900 to 1600, excluding Public Holidays.
|Adult||$1.00||01 May - 01 Jun||Gold coin donation appreciated.|
* Please note: These rates are indicative based on the minimum and maximum available costs of listed products and services. To obtain a firm price from the provider, please use the contact the operator. All prices are quoted in Australian dollars.