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South Australian Museum

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South Australian Museum

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huju80 wrote a review 13 Feb.
Port Noarlunga, Australia180 contributions17 helpful votes
Have not been here for many years (about 25 years) spent 3 hours looking around. Lots of information and displays. The only negative is due to Covid-19 restrictions the numerous interactive screens normally available were not available due to hygiene concerns so limited in many cases accessing information about displays. Overall still quite interesting.
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Date of experience: February 2021
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Westade75 wrote a review Jan. 2021
Adelaide, Australia100 contributions27 helpful votes
Adelaide museum is centrally located and easy accessible by jumping on and off the city tram. The museum itself is easynto get around with enough different exhibits to keep the young 4year olds throught to the 45 year old parents intrested Nice way to spend a few hours at no cost as entry is $0.00 Free..
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Melbourne Day-Tripper wrote a review Jan. 2021
Melbourne, Australia329 contributions31 helpful votes
We didn't stay long, but we decided to have a quick look here prior to going to the Art museum. The animal exhibit was good but doesn't compare to Melbourne, loved the aboriginal culture
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Artfornodriving wrote a review Dec. 2020
Sydney, Australia2,977 contributions234 helpful votes
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S.A.M. is a large and airy museum, and I spent a pleasant two hours here, meandering through the various galleries. It was fairly quiet on a weekday morning, just a smattering of other visitors, which made the experience relaxed and enjoyable. I spent most of my time at the large Pacific Cultures gallery on the top level, with its masses of displays of various artefacts from the Pacific Islands. There are some amazing old photos and short video clips, some dating back to the 1930s. The Aboriginal gallery downstairs is a must-see for anyone interested in this ancient culture, although the lighting is a bit dim, making it difficult to read some of the panels. Staff are friendly and helpful. Entry is free, and the location is easy to get to by public transport. As you would expect, the toilets are clean and well provisioned. Right next door is the Art Gallery and the State Library, and a few metres away, via the Adelaide Central Plaza, is the Rundle Mall, the heart of the Adelaide C.B.D. It’s well worth a visit when you’re in Adelaide. I would go so far as to say that this is the number one cultural attraction here.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Grahame F wrote a review Dec. 2020
Newcastle106 contributions98 helpful votes
One of the best exhibitions of Pacific Islands artifacts that I've seen. Even better than the museum in Noumea. However, if you want to see some special collections, as always, arrange it prior to your visit as they are all locked away.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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