Frequently asked questions

Migration Museum staff recieve a large number of public enquiries each year. The Museum provides a fantastic resource for people with an interest in a wide range of migration and history related topics.

The frequently asked questions below are aimed at answering some of the more common questions we are asked. Please have a look and see if you can find what you are looking for. If more information is required you can send your enquiry to one of our Museum staff.

Where else can I research my South Australian family history?

There are various services that may assist in researching your family history in South Australia. Key organisations include: Read more about Where else can I research my South Australian family history? >

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How can family historians help the Migration Museum?

The Migration Museum relies on generous donations of artefacts from the public to continue to expand its collection, including photographs and oral history interviews. Read more about How can family historians help the Migration Museum? >

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Does the Migration Museum have any family history databases?

Settlement Square in the centre of the Migration Museum is a place for people to commemorate their family’s contribution to South Australia’s cultural diversity. Read more about Does the Migration Museum have any family history databases? >

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How can the Migration Museum help family historians?

The Migration Museum can help you place your South Australian ancestors in their historical context. We collect and present materials that represent the cultural diversity of South Australia and impact of settlement on indigenous people. Read more about How can the Migration Museum help family historians? >

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