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Best things to do in Adelaide

Museu de Arte
“Make sure you pay a visit to the Art Gallery so you don't miss out on the Chiharu Shiota exhibit. Opened in August 2018, taking 6 weeks to install and using kilometres and kilometres of yarn, this really is a must see exhibit in Adelaide. ”
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History Museum
“A great one to take the kids to. Check out the giant squid that spans all 3 floors of the building. The Discovery Centre on Level 1 is the place to go. Take a look into a secret world with the microeye, watch the bees busily making honey, or just enjoy the fun, hands-on experience. There's something for all ages. IT'S FREE and open daily from 11am-4pm weekdays, 11am-3pm weekends and public holidays. http://www.samuseum.sa.gov.au/”
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Galeria de Arte
“Brand new to Adelaide, MOD is a thought provoking, future-focused experience. Showcasing technology, art and science in an interactive way. Very unique and worth a visit. Entry is free. Make sure your phone is charged to experience their augmented reality gallery.”
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History Museum
“The Museum presents exhibitions in a pair of adjoining stone warehouses, built in the 1850s. It offers visitors the opportunity to climb the Port Adelaide lighthouse that was built in 1869 and originally stood at the entrance to the Port River. Cruises are provided for school groups in the naval launch Archie Badenoch (built 1942) and periodically for the public in the steam tug Yelta (built 1949). The Museum presents an active program of changing exhibitions, tours of the museum and of Torrens Island Quarantine Station, vacation performances, schools programs and events including historic dinners, music and theatre. It has a reputation as an interactive museum that delivers imaginative prog”
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Parque
“Carrick Hill is a publicly accessible historic property in the nearby suburb of Springfield. It was the Adelaide home of Sir Edward "Bill" Hayward and his wife Lady Ursula, and contains a large collection of drawings, sculptures, antiques and paintings. Completed in 1939 and built in the style of an English manor, it is one of the few period homes in Australia to have survived with its grounds undiminished and most of its original contents intact.”
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Museum
“a small but interesting look the development of Adelaide. in the city not far from the Art Gallery Free (by public transport or bicycle)”
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Museum
“Learn about early days of the area. Town Hall& visitor information centre are also here. ”
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Museum
“An absolute must for all lovers of steam trains - In the July school holidays, Thomas the Tank engine comes to visit!”
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History Museum
“Get the inside-word on the hangings and burials at Adelaide Gaol and possibly meet the ghosts that still call the Gaol home. Adelaide Gaol Ghost Tour+Investigation SA Be incarcerated in Australia's longest continuously operating gaol. Discover the ghost of Governor Ashton, whose body was dropped through a window, why Sister Mary MacKillop ended up on the gallows and the spirit of South Australia's most sadistic killer still stalking his prey. With 45 hangings and a burial site in Murderer's Row, it's no surprise more than 12 spirits haunt the 147 year old building. Your evening includes a ghost tour with the opportunity to make contact through paranormal investigation tools. $39 P/P ”
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Museum
“A statue commemorates Colonel William Light, founder of the city of Adelaide. The statue was originally in Victoria Square and shifted in 1938 to Montefiore Lookout, and was renamed 'Light`s Vision' at the suggestion of the Pioneers` Association. ”
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History Museum
“Ayers House is Adelaide’s finest Victorian-era home, and one of the last remaining grand 19th century residences that once lined the North Terrace cultural boulevard. At first a small cottage, the site evolved in several stages from a nine-roomed brick house built by chemist William Paxton in the early 1850s. From 1855 to 1897 the house was extended in stages to encompass more than 40 rooms over a two-acre property. For 40 years, the house was central to Ayers’ family life and an entertainment destination for Adelaide’s social and political elite. The National Trust of South Australia has managed the museum and maintained public access to the house since 1973.”
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Museum
“Easy to access via bus or train you must visit our local Museum which houses a huge selection of interesting collections. Nest door to this is the Art Gallery and you could even take a picnic lunch to enjoy in the surrounding fardens.”
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Museum
“Samstag Museum of Art is one of the University of South Australia’s leading creative centres; it aims to stimulate, challenge and engage its audiences with a program of diverse and innovative exhibitions, publications and associated public activities. The Samstag Museum of Art presents a changing exhibitions program of contemporary visual art, and art of the past that has relevance for us today.”
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Museum
“Good selection of aeroplanes and other historical aviation stuff - mostly military.”
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Vinícola
“The National Wine Centre of Australia is a public exhibition building about wine making and its industry in south Australia. A great place to learn about South Australian wines and taste one or two as well.”
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