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An Alvis Saracen From the National Military Vehicles Museum
The National Military Vehicles Museum is a popular school holidays family attraction located at Edinburgh Park in Adelaide's north. Not only does it have a static display of military vehicles from around the world, but it also has an outstanding collection of militaria - uniforms, equipment and accessories used in wartime.
Unlike most other museums in Adelaide the vehicles displayed at the National Military Vehicles Museum are privately owned, although the museum is operated by a not-for-profit organisation. The military vehicles are often made available for charity functions including the Salisbury Christmas pageant.
The Military Vehicles Museum Commection Includes US Army Vehicles
During the summer school holidays the museum is offering kids under 15 free entry to the museum when accompanied by an adult. The offer is valid is valid for these days in the school holidays: Thursday January 1 Sunday January 4 Sunday January 11 Sunday January 18 Sunday January 25 Monday January 26 (Australia Day).
If you haven't been to the museum before (or haven't been recently), it's the perfect time to see it inexpensively.To learn more see the full article about the National Military Vehicles Museum in Adelaide.