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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
Hours Today: 10:00 - 17:00
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North Terrace, Adelaide, South Australia 5000, Australia
The nature photography exhibition that is on is well worth the price of entry. Fantastic photographs of the Australian landscape, sea life and wild life with a pictures from New Zealand and Indonesia as well.
The exhibitions range from hilariously bad to amazing. There are a lot of stuffed animals and rocks and bones. The small room of curiosities is one of the best sections with the baby animals in jars and confiscated monkey head jewellery. The best thing is...More
Kids will enjoy the varius animal displaays, covering everything from dinosaurs and now extinct marsupial megafauna through to animals of Africa, the Americas and Asia, plus marine life. Aboriginal displays are well worth spending time with, as are rocks and minerals and explorer displays.
Four floors of excellent exhibits.
Wonderful for children of all ages - they will love it !
Huge selection of different animals, history, minerals, sea life, reptiles, birds etc etc.
Plenty of seats for the adults.
Very child friendly with exhibits that you can get...More
Really excellent tour. Very full exhibits about the many aboriginal peoples and their relationships. Perhaps the guide could have been better versed in the details, but maybe it was also tough for her having several in her group who knew a lot about some of...More