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The South Australian Museum is recognised as a global leader in Australian Aboriginal heritage and scientific research, based on its premier collections. It is one of the most highly visited museums in in the country and features several permanent...more
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North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
All reviews giant squid stuffed animals aboriginal culture egyptian room pacific islands aboriginal section indigenous peoples free entry great exhibits few hours all ages rainy day gift shop great for kids couple of hours school holidays on display
We visited the museum on a rainy day with our 3.5 year old and 7 month old.
We found parking in a nearby side street easily enough.
As is the usual when going anywhere with small kids, we didn't get to stop and read all...More
The Western Pacific floor with exhibits of canoes is awesome. The Aboriginal collection is wonderful but the only reason I haven't given 5 stars is the lighting is very poor which doesn't help when you are trying to read the notes,but very impressive none the...More
The Aboriginal artefacts and interpretation are the best I have seen in Australia. It brought the lives of the people alive. This was helped by the sound recordings of some of the Elders as well as their descendants who remembered learning about their heritage when...More
Visiting the South Australian Museum is a wonderful way to spend a few hours in Adelaide. The exhibition on Aboriginal history and culture is very extensive and interesting, a highlight of my visit to the museum. The museum is well laid out the different exhibits...More
Went to look at the nature/animals photo exhibition and ofcourse got sucked in and wandered everywhere. Have'nt been to the Museum for a while and had such a great time we won't leave it as long ever again