There’s always something happening at the Migration Museum: exhibitions, education programs, talks, tours and more. Come in and see what’s on.
Sandpit invites you to see a preview of The Democracy Machine – an interactive artwork which explores an eclectic slice of South Australia’s history of democracy. This event is presented by History SA, the State Library of South Australia and Arts South Australia. Read more about The Democracy Machine - preview >
Over half a century ago South Australia was home to a Greek migrant forced to wait 40 years to become an Australian citizen. This pabel discussion will explore this aspect of SA's history. Read more about Unwanted Australians: a panel discussion >
Listen to the voices of young LGBTIQ youth as they share with you their experiences of coming out. This self guided exhibition dicusses a range of feelings and emotions associated with the transitions young people encounter when developing their sexual identities. Read more about OUT at the Museum: Queer Youth of SA >
Take a look at what happened on this site, between the late 1830s and the 1970s. Explore our interactives to discover what life was like for South Australia’s poor in the nineteenth century. Read more about In this place: a history of the Migration Museum site >
Learn about the foundation of South Australia as a British colony, what it was like for the early settlers to leave home and what they brought with them. Read more about Leaving Britain & Establishing South Australia >