Come explore South Australia’s cultural diversity and unique identity. The Migration Museum, in the heart of Adelaide’s North Terrace Cultural precinct, tells the stories of our diverse people, promotes respect for all cultures, and provides space for cultural communities to share their cuisine, their arts, their celebrations, their history and their aspirations. Visitors explore the rapid changes in Australia through 20th and 21st-century migration, as well as gain an understanding and appreciation of how migration continues to change and shape our communities today. A short walk to the SA Museum, Art Gallery of SA and the State Library, as well as many shops, cafes and restaurants, the Migration Museum itself is housed within historic buildings, Adelaide’s Destitute Asylum (1878), where one can dive into the story of the site.