South Australian Museum

Adelaide, South Australia, Australia

South Australia Museum in Adelaide was founded in 1856 and today has its home on North Terrace in Adelaide’s cultural precinct of the North Parklands. Spending a morning or afternoon at the museum you will see one of the largest collections of Aboriginal artifacts in the world and learn much of the history of these ancient people. There are many exhibits from around Australia and including plant and animal displays many decades old. See exhibits from all over the world with a large Egyptian collection with artifacts and mummies. There are also exhibits from our Asian pacific neighbours. You can also see many wartime exhibits including the Victoria Cross awarded to Major Peter Badcoe. The museum is very entertaining and informative. It is a personal favorite. Located at North Terrace, Adelaide.

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