Art Deco Sydney
Discover Art Deco architectural gems of Sydney’s CBD on a tour that explores iconic buildings from the inter-war period when Sydney emerged as a modern metropolis.
Understand how design in the post-war years aimed to modernise Sydney through design such as the opulent State Theatre, which remains one of the city’s most spectacular buildings.
Explore the impact that Art Deco style had on life and landscapes during the 1930s and 1940s with unique insights into life during this time at the iconic Grace Hotel.
Take a walk along Martin Place to examine a plethora of Art Deco masonry facades and appreciate the origins of the Anzac Memorial, one of the city’s most significant structures in the Art Deco style, complete with iconic sculptures designed by George Rayner Hoff.
This tour is part of the World Art Tours program organised by the Art Gallery Society of NSW in partnership with Renaissance Tours.