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Migration Museum recognised as an Adelaide must-see!

28 February 2018

Here at the Migration Museum, we pride ourselves on offering a space in which locals and visitors alike can learn about South Australia’s rich cultural migrant history; and nothing pleases us more than receiving global recognition for our efforts.

Last week, Flight Network – Australia’s leading online international travel agency – listed the Migration Museum amongst just 18 other local establishments as an absolute must-see during a flying visit to Adelaide.

The List
Anyone who has visited our vibrant city will agree that fitting everything that Adelaide has to offer into just a few days isn’t easy. It was for this reason that Flight Network’s travel industry experts took to the challenge of creating the ultimate ’72 hours in Adelaide’ guide. How? By hunting down the very best Museums, restaurants, bars, tours and hotels that the city has to offer.

The result is this: a foodie, adventure, and art-filled itinerary made up of only the most bucket-list-worthy destinations in Adelaide. And the most wonderful part? We made the cut!

Why us?
Describing the Migration Museum throughout as ‘wonderful’ and ‘fascinating’, the journalist goes on to praise our ‘captivating’ presentation of personal accounts to ‘bring thousands of migrants’ culture to life’, as well as our huge variety of family-friendly programmes, tours, and events.

In our hearts, we’ve always known it, but today we can safely say: the Migration Museum really is a very special place.

Say Hello
With our newly-announced ‘must-visit’ status, we are as excited as ever to welcome new visitors to our fantastic community of art, culture, and history.

Whether you want to take part in one of our free guided tours, watch a fascinating presentation or simply explore one of our permanent exhibitions at your own pace, come and visit us for a day you won’t forget.

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