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As I usually get lost in the museum a trail map is a grand idea. There are four exciting trails to choose from - or spread them out over a couple of visits.
Water Fun You know how much children love water (unless it involves taking a bath). Why not cool off this summer and have a splash in the plesiosaur water feature at the museum and search for specially placed treasures in the rock pools?
Try your hand at this range of ancient Roman games.
Tabula is an ancient Roman board game similar to backgammon. Test your strategic thinking with Merels, a board game using counters. Tali (or Knucklebones) was played in ancient Rome over 2800 years ago! Mosaicis the art of creating images with small pieces of materials. The floors of Roman buildings were often decorated with mosaics created from coloured glass, stone or other materials. Christians vs Lions, played at the Adelaide zoo? No, this one is NOT available this summer, sorry.
Yard Games The Museum's front lawns (looking much better than in my photo) will come alive with a range of large yard games including Snakes & Ladders, Quoits and Tumble Towers. Come and join in the fun!