The Migration Museum is an incredible place to visit.

I’ve taken many Primary School excursions there and the knowledge of the staff, the expansive collection of history and the interactive displays 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 culture and the importance of multiculturalism. It’s open to the public and is located on Kintore Avenue (just off North Terrace). This makes it an easy place to visit if you’re heading into the city as public transport drops you a short walk away. You can visit other cool places along North Terrace too, so why not make a day of it? There’s the Adelaide Zoo (just down the road on Frome Road) the SA Museum, the Art Gallery of SA, the River Torrens for lunch or head down to the City SK8 Park for some active fun.

The museum offers free admission for the public and is open 10am-5pm Monday to Friday and 1pm-5pm on Weekends and Public Holidays. Check out the website to see what’s on offer and any new exhibitions. The staff are extremely helpful too- so give them a ring/email if you need any information that you can’t find online. Enjoy!