Time: 1 hour 30 mins per tour
The State Library of New South Wales is a storehouse of world history: from medieval manuscripts and Shakespeare's First Folio to documentary records of the First Fleet and the First World War. But its treasures aren't just on paper: you'll find glorious paintings and interior decor there too. Discover them all with two free tours this Tuesday: of the Mitchell Library at 10.30am, and the exhibitions at noon (meet the tour guides at the Macquarie Street foyer) - and on Tuesdays you can see inside the Shakespeare Room too.
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