The South Australian Museum is a natural history museum situated in the city of Adelaide, Australia. The museum was founded in 1856, it is situated in a complex of buildings on the North Terrace in Adelaide. The museums also has an area for research. The museums purpose is to ‘increase knowledge and understanding of natural and cultural heritage; to serve the community by acquiring, preserving, interpreting and presenting material evidence concerning people and nature; and to provide opportunities for study, education and enjoyment’.
By car, there are a couple of parking opportunities available on Kintore Avenue and Victoria Drive; be aware that parking in those places is timed parking. By tram, take the BTANIC line to the ‘Art Gallery’ stop.
Opening Times and Admission
The museum is open to visitors daily, 10am-5pm. Entry to the museum is free. The museum has a cafe and a shop.