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SA Museum’s Block Party | Adelaide | 15 & 22 Jul 2022

[ July 15, 2022; July 22, 2022; ]
Block Party at the SA Museum
Everything is awesome at the SA Museum’s Block Party!
Go along for a chock-a-block evening of family-friendly brick-inspired fun as they celebrate the world’s most loved toy at the SA Museum.  Marvel at the 3 metre LEGO® RSV Nuyina, then meet the South Australian brick experts from the Southern Bricks LEGO® Users […]

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Around the World LEGO® Trail & GooRoo Animation Workshops | Migration Museum | July School Holidays 2022

Around the World LEGO® Trail and GooRoo Animation Workshops.
Pack your bags and book your tickets! This July school holidays the Migration Museum is taking you ‘Around the World’ to explore the many countries that make up our community.
Simply pick up your map and make your way around the museum and solve the puzzle at the […]

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LEGO® Trail & GooRoo Animation Workshops | National Motor Museum | July School Holidays 2022

[ July 9, 2022 to July 24, 2022. ]
National Motor Museum – Follow the Brick Road: Around the World LEGO® Trail.
Head up to the National Motor Museum these school holidays for some LEGO® building fun!
Pack your bags and book your tickets! These school holidays the National Motor Museum is taking you ‘Around the World’ as they explore the countries that have influenced vehicle […]

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LEGO® Scavenger Hunt, GooRoo Animation & Origami | SA Maritime Museum | July School Holidays 2022

[ July 9, 2022 to July 24, 2022. ]
This July school holidays at the South Australian Maritime Museum, kids can find the LEGO® characters in an all new Ship N Bricks: Seafarers Scavenger Hunt, join a GooRoo Animation Workshop and while you are there you can also join in and create some maritime themed origami art.
LEGO® Ship n Bricks: Seafarers Scavenger Hunt
There’s a […]

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Our Footy, Our People, Our Stories | State Library of SA | 3 Jun – 16 Oct 2022

Our Footy, Our People, Our Stories at the State Library of South Australia
The great moments and achievements of the SANFL 
Immerse yourself in 145 years of great moments and achievements of the South Australian National Football League (SANFL) in this exciting new exhibition, Our Footy, Our People, Our Stories. The State Library is pleased to be partnering […]

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Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize Exhibition

Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize Exhibition | SA Museum | 4 Jun – 7 Aug 2022

[ June 4, 2022 to August 7, 2022. ]
Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize Exhibition
Art and science blend in the Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize exhibition.
This biennial prize provides an opportunity for artists to investigate the world around them and present their perspectives on natural science. The Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize commemorates the South Australian Museum’s first curator, Frederick George Waterhouse. It encourages […]

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Legendary Textile Tales – Art Exhibition | Children’s Artspace | Adelaide Festival Centre | 7 May – 12 Jun 2022

Legendary Textile Tales Art Exhibition at Children’s Artspace
‘Legendary Textile Tales’ is the second exhibition in Adelaide Festival Centre’s newest gallery Children’s Artspace, where all artwork is created by and for kids!

Created by the students of Salisbury East High School and Craigmore High School with the guidance of artist Caitlin Bowe, ‘Legendary Textile Tales’ takes famous […]

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LEGO Model Icebreaker Ship | South Australian Museum

See the LEGO Icebreaker Ship RSV Nuyina at the South Australian Museum

A massive LEGO model of Australia’s new icebreaker RSV Nuyina has anchored in the South Australian Museum’s foyer after sailing across the sea from the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery.
The model is on loan from the Australian Antarctic Division and was brought to life […]

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SA Museum

Explore the South Australian Museum | Review

South Australian Museum – Review
by Sharon Harrington
The South Australian Museum on North Terrace in the City is FREE to visit and filled with displays that will engage and enchant the little people in your life.

The fun starts as soon as you walk into the Museum. A dinosaur skeleton poised to attack is perched above the […]

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Yayoi Kusama: The Spirits Of The Pumpkins Descended Into The Heavens | Adelaide | Review

Yayoi Kusama: THE SPIRITS OF THE PUMPKINS DESCENDED INTO THE HEAVENS Magical Infinity Room Review
Described as ‘the world’s most popular artist’, Yayoi Kusama (Japan, b. 1929) is best known for her immersive polka-dot and mirror installations. Her work is showing in Adelaide at the Art Gallery of South Australia from 1 April 2022.
Review by Claire […]

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Mortlock State Library of SA

State Library of South Australia – Mortlock Wing | Review

The State Library of South Australia – Review of the Mortlock Wing in Adelaide
If you haven’t experienced the State Library of SA Mortlock Wing, then put it on your list for the next time you’re exploring the Adelaide CBD. It is definitely worth the visit.
by Brooke Hendry
The Mortlock Wing would have to be the most […]

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Heritage on Sunday | Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum

[ February 20, 2022; March 20, 2022; April 24, 2022; May 11, 2022 to May 15, 2022. ]
Heritage on Sunday Family Friendly Events at the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum
Managed and maintained by theTea Tree Gully Branch of the National Trust of South Australia, the Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum holds public openings on the third Sunday of the month.
The Highercombe Hotel, a prominent landmark in the historic township of Tea Tree […]

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INVISIBILITY Exhibition | MOD. Museum | 1 Feb – Nov 2022

INVISIBILITY – MOD.
INVISIBILITY is everywhere. It’s the people we don’t notice, the environmental changes we can’t see, and the algorithms working hard behind the scenes. What becomes visible when we start paying attention?
In MOD.’s new exhibition, they are shining a spotlight on the unseen to help us better understand the world around us and our […]

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Neo | Free Events for Teens | Art Gallery of South Australia

[ February 19, 2022; April 9, 2022; May 21, 2022; August 13, 2022; October 22, 2022; December 3, 2022; ]
NEO – 2022 Program
Held six times a year at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Neo is a free after-hours event for teens aged 13-17.
Neo is a parent-free zone where young people can kick back and hang out with friends, jump into creative labs, tune into live music and explore the latest exhibitions at AGSA.

Neo […]

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START at the Gallery | Art Gallery of SA | 2022

[ March 6, 2022; April 3, 2022; May 1, 2022; June 5, 2022; July 3, 2022; August 7, 2022; September 4, 2022; October 2, 2022; November 6, 2022; December 4, 2022; ]
START for Children at the Art Gallery of South Australia 
An exciting introduction to art for children and their families, enjoy art-making, music, performances and tours on the first Sunday of every month with Start at the Gallery.
START is a FREE family-fun day and includes art activities, tours, live performances and entertainment at the Art Gallery of South […]

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Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland | SA Regional Tour | 11 Dec 2021 – 8 Oct 2023

Naomi Hobson: Adolescent Wonderland Touring Regional South Australia
Inspired by her direct environment and ongoing connection to country, Naomi Hobson’s Adolescent Wonderland, first displayed as part of Tarnanthi’s Open Hands exhibition, is a series of photographs that tell the real-life story of young Aboriginal people in remote Australia.
The title of this series was inspired by the […]

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Young Explorers | Early Years Program | SA Museum

Young Explorers at the SA Museum
What do you see? Explore the Museum with Emma, Stephen and friends.
Young Explorers is the SA Museum’s fun program for early years learners. They host in-person programs throughout the year, and you’ll find online resources below so that you can continue the fun at home.
LibrariesSA has kindly put together a […]

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Ayers House Museum | Adelaide

Ayers House Museum
Ayers House Museum allows families to spend quality, creative time together exploring three levels of Victorian-era grandeur. 
A visit to the Ayers House Museum will take you back in time – children can play games, dress-up, write with pen and ink, sew and draw. The spectacular museum is conveniently located on the southern side […]

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Australian Space Discovery Centre

Australian Space Discovery Centre | Lot Fourteen | Adelaide | Review

[ May 5, 2021; ]
Australian Space Discovery Centre at Lot Fourteen
The Australian Space Discovery Centre (ASDC) has been officially launched in Adelaide at Lot Fourteen. The centre is home to the Australian Space Agency in 2021 and opened to the public in May 2021.
Visitors to the Discovery Centre will be able to explore the latest innovations in space technologies […]

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Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre

Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre
The Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre will be opened to the public on Tuesday 17 November 2020 following its launch on 9 November.
The launch took place on the anniversary of Kristallnacht or Night of Broken Glass when the Nazis torched synagogues and vandalised Jewish homes, […]

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National Railway Museum | Port Adelaide | Review

Take a journey into railway history at the National Railway Museum in Port Adelaide.
by Katrina Gogel
Train enthusiasts big and small will be wowed by Australia’s largest undercover railway museum, which houses over 100 exhibits within two huge pavilions. It is a fun place for young families and the serious train buff – with a wide […]

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Unley Museum | Review

Unley Museum’s New Touchscreen & Fun Exhibitions
Community museums are like ‘secret’ suburban gems. If you’ve got one nearby, it’s well worth dropping in … and it’s often FREE to do so, as with the Unley Museum.
by Carla Caruso
This treasure trove, run by the Unley Council, brings to life the area’s past and people via 12,000-plus […]

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Migration Museum | South Australia’s Colourful Cultural Heritage | Review

Tucked away behind the State Library on North Terrace you’ll find the home of South Australia’s Migration Museum.
This history museum tells the stories of the people of our State, from the early settlers in the 19th century to the refugees and asylum seekers in recent years.   There are permanent exhibitions along with changing galleries to explore, […]

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Adelaide Museum Guide | A List of South Australian Exhibition Houses

Adelaide Gaol  |  18 Gaol Road, Thebarton  |  website
Australian Army Museum of South Australia  |  Keswick Barracks, 2 Anzac Highway, Keswick  |  website
Bay Discovery Centre and Holdfast Bay History Centre |  Jetty Road, Glenelg  |  website  |  Play & Go Review
Carrick Hill  | 46 Carrick Hill Drive, Springfield  |  website  |  Play & Go […]

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Introducing Start Art Club at the Art Gallery

START at the Gallery has a new START Art Club for children.
Over 350 children have already signed up to the Art Gallery of South Australia’s new START Art Club. Launched last month, the START Art Club is an extension of the Art Gallery’s hugely popular START at the Gallery program and has been designed to […]

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The Studio at the Art Gallery of SA | Learning Activity Space for Kids

The Studio at the Art Gallery of South Australia
Art Gallery nurtures next generation of artists and art lovers with dedicated activity space.
Following the huge success of The Lab, The Hive, The Eko Chamber and The Drawing Room, the Art Gallery of South Australia unveiled a new dedicated learning activity space for children, families and art […]

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