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Museum


Shadow Initiation at the South Australian Museum

Escape rooms are a great family activity. Solving puzzles, discovering clues, working together whilst locked in a little room. It’s guaranteed fun. But, what if you weren’t locked in a little room? What if your escape room was the entire South Australian Museum? Instead of frantically searching an enclosed space for keys and clues and hidden objects – you and your family could be racing through the Museum, searching for the...

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Farm Shed Heritage Museum, Kadina

A hidden gem and definite highlight at the Copper Coast Tourism Centre activity list was the Farm Shed Heritage Museum. The name is deceiving – I was expecting a single shed with a few tractors and boy, was I wrong! It comprises of a seemingly unending number of displays, large sheds and warehouses housing a range of historical and current day farming machines and tools. Every kid loves a tractor and they won’t be disappointed here. Take...

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The Vickers Vimy

From Monday 19th of December you can visit one of the world’s most prized aviation exhibits at the ground floor of the terminal at Adelaide Airport, opposite the entrance of the Altura Hotel. The brand new state of the art exhibition showcases the historic 100 year old bi-plane made famous from its journey from England to Australia in 1919. It took brothers Sir Ross and Sir Keith Smith along with Jim Bennet and Wally Shiers 28 days to...

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 Tarrkarri – Centre for First Nations Cultures Adelaide

Tarrkarri (pronounced tar-ka-ri) will provide a platform for the world to learn about the unique cultures and incredible story of Australia’s Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People. Located on Kaurna Yerta (Kaurna Country), Tarrkarri – Centre for First Nations Cultures will be Australia’s premier Centre honoring more than 60,000 years of continuous First Nations cultures across the country. This major project, launched in December...

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South Australian Museum

The South Australian Museum is a wonderful place for kids (and adults) of any age to visit. There’s so much to explore, learn and discover and the exhibitions are always informative, often interactive and sometimes we feel the need to visit the same exhibition more than once because they are THAT good! Keep an eye on our Kids in Adelaide website, and the museum’s website, for upcoming exhibitions. It is definitely a huge place, and...

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SA Whale Centre

Discover a world of whales at South Australia’s largest marine focused interpretative centre. Visitors can experience the natural wonders of the deep, explore the world heritage listed railway building, and gain further knowledge about Victor Harbor and South Australia’s marine treasures. The centre provides whale sighting information, education and research support services through a range of mediums. The centre brings together a unique...

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National Motor Museum

The National Motor Museum is located in Birdwood, around an hours drive from the C.B.D. It’s Australia’s biggest motoring collection with over 400 vintage, veteran, post war, classic and modern cars, commercial vehicles and motorbikes! Discover how motor vehicles have opened up our country, linking some of the most isolated communities in the world. From the stately to the absurd, from the hand-built to the mass-produced, see the...

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South Australian Maritime Museum

The Maritime Museum collection began in 1872 to preserve, explore and celebrate the human history of our oceans and rivers. It is Australia’s oldest nautical collection and also includes new features, such as the Port River Dolphin area. Renowned for its innovative approach to maritime history and education, the Museum incorporates the historic Bond Store with three floors of exhibitions, the Port Adelaide Lighthouse from South Neptune...

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South Australian Aviation Museum

The South Australian Aviation Museum, located close to the Railway Museum and the Maritime Museum such a kid friendly, fun, informative and hands on place to visit. SAAM has 27 significant Aircraft on display, all of them under cover in our display hangars. Several of our aircraft are the only examples of their type on display in Australia. Most of the aircraft have flown in South Australia at some point in their life and every one has a story...

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Migration Museum

The Migration Museum is an incredible place to visit. The expansive collection of history and the interactive displays at the SA Migration Museum are just incredible. There’s so much to see, explore, learn and discover. The Migration Museum is all about preserving South Australia’s diverse history of cultures and the museum offers many different displays throughout the year. It’s a great place for kids to learn about their own history, SA...

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National Railway Museum

Trains! What else do kids want to see? My nephews are entranced by trains of ANY kind and whenever they visit Adelaide this is a place they adore. The National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide is an awesome place to check out Australian railway history through interactive educational activities, climbing into the cabs of trains, taking free train rides and comparing the old steam trains to the trains of today. There’s even a really cool...

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MOD Adelaide

MOD. is a place for kids who love hands on, interaction and all things STEM!There’s a mix of diverse and sensory activities catering for a wide range of ages, knowledge and capabilities. These are spaces for doing, not just seeing and best of all it’s TOTALLY FREE! Kids will be inspired about all things science and technology and although their website states that the exhibitions are primarily aimed at older kids (ages 15+)...

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Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

Tandanya — a Kaurna word meaning ‘place of the red kangaroo’ — is the oldest Aboriginal-owned and operated arts centre, with almost three decades under its belt. Located on Grenfell St in the East End of the city, the museum is an interactive arts space that promotes the art and story-telling of Australia’s First Peoples. Visitors can experience the vibrancy and diversity of contemporary Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander cultures through...

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Army Museum of South Australia

Located at historic Keswick Barracks on ANZAC Highway, the Army Museum of South Australia (AMOSA) was established in 1992 when a need to collect and preserve our military history was recognised. Built in 1912, what was originally a stables building is now home to the Museum galleries. Several other buildings around the base also support the Museum, offering facilities such as general storage, light engineering, library and archival capacity. It...

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Art Gallery of South Australia

The Art Gallery of South Australia is a wonderful place to take your children and it’s location on North Terrace is right next to other fantastic places your kids will love to discover, such as the South Australian Museum, Migration Museum, the Adelaide Zoo and the Botanic Gardens. The Art Gallery offers all sorts of changing exhbitions, so be sure to check their website for new, exciting events. The first Sunday of each month is START at...

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SA Health

SA Health

Catholic Ed

Catholic Ed

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ugly swan

Event Cinemas

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earths water

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All Smalls

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