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Must-Visit Museums in Adelaide

TOP 1

Art Gallery of South Australia

4.5/5
138 Reviews
Adelaide
958m from downtown
pxy0705
"The Art Museum of South Australia is a very worthwhile art museum in Adelaide. There are many paintings or sculptures by famous painters from all over the world. It is a veritable treasure house of works of art and is worth visiting."
TOP 2

Flinders University Art Museum & City Gallery

5.0/5
1 Reviews
Adelaide
869m from downtown
Exhibition
shu***rt
"Flinders is located in the campus of Adelaide’s city centre. There is only one building on the corner of Victoria Square. The strange thing is that the street on which it is located is also called Flinders. However, both the street name and the school name come before this The construction of this building has been in the name for a long time. In other words, Flinders University happened to have acquired this piece of land on Flinders Avenue and built this campus. It feels so fateful."
TOP 3

The Maj Gallery

5.0/5
1 Reviews
Adelaide
527m from downtown
Exhibition
达达和妮妮
"It should be said that masks are also a major feature of Australia, I recommend to take a look"
TOP 4

South Australian Aviation Museum

5.0/5
2 Reviews
Adelaide
12km from downtown
Museum
M49***70
"The Aviation Museum of South Australia displays real samples from biplanes to space rockets, and you can experience the feeling of air force commanders. Activate the propeller of the Lincoln bomber, board the Dakota C 47, visit the classic Spitfire, etc. The rich exhibits fully interpret the aviation history of South Australia. There are many souvenirs to choose from in the museum shop, and the library has a large collection of precious materials. The museum has an engine start exhibition every three years, and the trembling of the Merlin engine and seven other star engines from World War I and World War II can be heard."
TOP 5

State Library of South Australia

4.7/5
32 Reviews
Adelaide
911m from downtown
小思文
"The State Library is a large venue, the collection of books is quite a lot, it is said to be the first major museum in Australia, throughout the history of Adelaide books can be found here, the huge three-dimensional space is also very unique."
TOP 6

South Australian Maritime Museum

4.8/5
4 Reviews
Adelaide
12.8km from downtown
Museum
juki235
"The South Australian Maritime Museum in Adelaide is the largest maritime museum in southern Australia. It is also an important station for the Australian Atlantic Navy. Here you will see Australia’s maritime history, from ancient small windsurfing to modern advanced battleships, aircraft carriers, etc. You can experience Australia’s strong maritime culture, which is impressive."
TOP 7

National Railway Museum Port Adelaide

4.6/5
8 Reviews
Adelaide
12.5km from downtown
Museum
pxy0705
"The Adelaide Railway Museum is a professional museum. Many exhibits here are displayed around the railway facilities here. This museum looks very professional and has many unique exhibits, which is worth visiting."
TOP 8

Migration Museum

4.5/5
20 Reviews
Adelaide
1km from downtown
Museum
小思文
"The Immigration Museum is a microcosm of the city. It is said that many parts of Australia were discovered early by foreigners sailing through the sea. The country has a large landform and is very resourceful."
TOP 9

Adelaide Festival Centre

4.5/5
30 Reviews
Adelaide
1km from downtown
Theatre
Art Museum
pxy0705
"The Adelaide Celebration Center is a very festive place here, because hundreds of wedding companies have stayed in this celebration center, and almost every newly married person will come here to choose their own dresses and wedding dresses. It is full of Festive, giving people a very comfortable and pleasant feeling."
TOP 10

Ayers House Museum

4.4/5
17 Reviews
Adelaide
1.2km from downtown
Museum
小蘑菇阿咪
"Ayers House Museum Ayers House Museum is located at the east end of Adelaide’s Cultural Avenue-North Terrace, on the southwest side of the Botanic Garden. This building was built in the late 19th century and was the residence of Sir Henry Ayers, Governor of South Australia (Uluru Ayers Rock in the Northern Territory was named after him). Today, half of the area is open to the public as a museum. Tourists can only visit with a guided tour to appreciate the rich life of the 19th century. Other parts have become private clubs for weddings and various events. Ayers House is known as the best Victorian residence in Adelaide. This meticulously restored residence is one of the last great buildings of the 19th century preserved on North Street. Sir Henry Ayres once built and decorated a magnificent family home, reflecting the luxurious lifestyle of a wealthy colonial society. For decades, this house has been the center of Ayres' family life and the entertainment venue for Adelaide's celebrities and political elites. In the 1860s, Mrs. Ayres sent a personal invitation to the upper class of Adelaide to participate in her exclusive ball. Now we are experiencing South Australia in the 19th century through the life of this seven-term governor. Sir Henry Ayres bought the property here in 1871, and then hired the founder of Adelaide, William Wright, the chief designer of the colony of Adelaide, Kingston Kingston, to craft it. This is the big Victorian colonial house unfolding before us. Sir Henry Ayres is an outstanding celebrity who has served as Governor of South Australia seven times and Cabinet Minister 11 times. He has been involved in many institutions in the state-no wonder he chose to live in this city!"
TOP 11

Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute

4.0/5
4 Reviews
Adelaide
1.1km from downtown
Art Museum
118***99
"For the indigenous people of Australia, it is a very special place and very memorable."
TOP 12

South Australian Police Historical Society Museum

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Adelaide
1.9km from downtown
Museum