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Wonder

Wonder or should that be wander through our collections? Take a self-guided tour of the Museum either here or at home.

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Alive with wonder– a Self-Guided Tour of the South Australian Museum

Only have a short time to explore the other four million objects on display at the Museum? No problem, we have you covered!

Feeling inspired by our Wonders exhibition and keen to explore the other extraordinary objects and galleries in the Museum, but tight on time? Not to worry because we’ve put together this FREE self-guided trail that will take you to the must-see objects, the best-kept secrets and some of the wonders that can be found in our permanent galleries across the Museum.

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South Australian Museum Podcast: Wonders

Are you ready to take a deep-dive with our researchers into the Wonders of the South Australian Museum?

The South Australian Museum Podcast is back with a brand-new series about our latest exhibition, Wonders of the South Australian Museum. For the last 165 years the Museum has collected, purchased or been given thousands of remarkable items in every format. From Aboriginal artefacts to insects, from the rarest of minerals to mammals, from frogs to frozen tissue.

How do objects come into collections? Why do we have an iron lung? Will anyone find a Night Parrot again? How is the Aboriginal flag connected to the Museum? Where does ambergris come from? Join us as we explore some of the amazing wonders found in the South Australian Museum and in the landmark exhibition which celebrates our 165th birthday.

Available for FREE online from 4 May. Listen on our SoundCloud or find us on your favourite podcast app.

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Director’s Tour: Wonders of the South Australian Museum

Celebrate our 165th birthday with this exclusive tour, wherever you are!

Join South Australian Director, Brian Oldman on an exclusive behind-the-scenes tour through the galleries to discover some of his favourite objects found in the Museum. 

Available here from 18 June!

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