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by Caroline Bickovskii (subscribe)
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Published December 3rd 2011
If you wish to learn more about Adelaide and its people than the Migration Museum is for you. The museum has many displays for people as they wander around the building on a Saturday afternoon. People from around the world have travelled to Australia with the hope of creating a new life for themselves and their loved ones. Adelaide is no exception as people of various nationalities have called the city home. People have brought their culture with them as a way to remind them of the life they left behind. Migrants have done so much for Australia and it is these achievements that the museum proudly shows the public. The collection is limited; however, it provides both the locals and tourists with a taste of Australia's blended cultural history.

The museum is located in the heart of the city which makes it easy to reach for people who are reluctant to travel farther than they have to. If you are looking for something to do after work or on a rainy afternoon you can lose yourself in Australia's short yet exotic history and delve into the lives of the Greek, Italian and other migrants who wanted peace. If you require further information you can visit the website at for a great cultural experience.
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Why? For a cultural experience
When: 10am-5pm Monday - Friday, 1pm-5pm Weekends and Public Holidays
Where: Adelaide
Cost: Free
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