Migration Museum Adelaide
Where are we going today?
Through its programs of collecting, conservation and exhibitions, as well as its education programs, the Migration Museum aims to create greater awareness of the history and cultural traditions of the different groups who have settled in South Australia since 1836.
The Migration Museum collects objects, documents, costume and textiles which represent South Australia’s immigration and settlement history. The Museum also copies photographs and video material and records oral histories that relate to that history.
Objects that show the impact of settlement upon the Indigenous peoples of South Australia are also of interest to the Migration Museum.
Facilities with children in mind here include pull out drawers in exhibition galleries for that feeling of discovery; computer interactives to bring the stories to life and fascinating Detective Trails of discovery you can pursue through the exhibition galleries!
When can we go?
10am to 5pm Monday to Friday; 1pm to 5pm Weekends and Public Holidays (Closed Christmas Day and Good
he Migration Museum, in partnership with DECD Outreach Education, offers a range of curriculum linked learning programs to South Australian school aged students and their teachers..
Need a little extra help?
Wheelchair access available to the Museum’s galleries and to the Chapel. Disabled toilet facilities. Use of wheelchair if needed..
Can I get one of those?
There is a small selection of cards, postcards, and publications available for purchase from the front desk in the Museum's entry foyer..