This is a rather large museum with potentially a lot to see. It has a large collection of aboriginal cultural artefacts. The building is, like its neighbours, from late Victorian era and is well preserved. Being next to the State Library, The Art Gallery and the late 19th century buildings of the University of Adelaide, it is worth spending a good deal of time especially as the entrance to see the permanent collection of the Museum is free
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