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We are always offering exciting programs and events, either at our head office, or across our three museums including new exhibitions, education programs, talks, tours and more. Check out what's currently on below.

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History SA

Register now for a 2017 History Festival event

Do you have a South Australian story to share? Now’s your chance to register for the 2017 History Festival in May. Read more about Register now for a 2017 History Festival event >

History SA

Interactions with History

A blog on museology, engagement, and digital culture Read more about Interactions with History >

History SA

A World Away: South Australia's War

Explore the lives of South Australians during the First World War. Read more about A World Away: South Australia's War >

Migration Museum

Changing Places: migration now

Who is migrating to South Australia right now? Where are migrants coming from, and why? How is migration experienced? How does government policy shape migration journeys? Looking at the history of migration since systematic colonization and concentrating on post 1945 waves, this education program will provide an overview of how the patterns of migration change.  Read more about Changing Places: migration now >

Migration Museum

Adelaide Fringe comedy at the Migration Museum

Do you want to see something different at this year’s Fringe Festival? Every Friday night of the Adelaide Fringe the Migration Museum is hosting two shows, Celebrating cultural diversity in comedy and local comedian Loc Tran presents Loc & Lol: no need to call the police. Come along, enjoy some stand-up comedy and discover how culturally diverse the local comedy scene is! Read more about Adelaide Fringe comedy at the Migration Museum >

South Australian Maritime Museum

Ahoy! It's Pirate Party Time!

Pirate Captains can now bring along their crew and celebrate their birthdays on board the life-size ketch Active II at the SA Maritime Museum! Read more about Ahoy! It's Pirate Party Time! >

National Motor Museum

Sunburnt Country: Icons of Australian Motoring

Sunburnt Country honours Australia’s iconic vehicles, legendary people, motoring innovation and adventurous journeys. From the novelty of a horseless carriage in 1899 to the 1948 release of ‘Australia’s Own Car’ – the Holden, Sunburnt Country celebrates Australia’s unique love affair with all things motoring. See the vehicles that first conquered Australia’s rugged landscape and vast distances and have kept those in isolated regions in touch with the rest of the world. Australians have embraced motoring as a fundamental part of our lives, and for many, it is an obsession. Read more about Sunburnt Country: Icons of Australian Motoring >

South Australian Maritime Museum

First Voyages: Exploring the Southern Coast

First Voyages: Exploring the southern coast charts a history of exploration from the Greek geographer Ptolemy's ancient speculation about an unknown south land,Terra Australis Incognita,to the completion of the map of Australia. Read more about First Voyages: Exploring the Southern Coast >

Migration Museum

In this place: a history of the Migration Museum site

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 >

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