South Australian museum
Wikimedia Commons category: Migration Museum, Adelaide
English Migration Museum, Adelaide
The Migration Museum is a social history museum located in Adelaide, South Australia. It is one of the three museums operated by the History Trust of South Australia. It deals with the immigration and settlement history of South Australia, and maintains both a permanent and a rotating collection of works. Founded as an initiative of the State government in 1983, and with the museum opening in 1986, the Migration Museum in Adelaide is the oldest museum of its kind in Australia. The museum aims to promote cultural diversity and multiculturalism, which they define as including aspects of ethnicity, class, gender, age and region.The site is located on Kintore Avenue between the State Library of South Australia, the South Australian Museum and the University of Adelaide, in a complex of early colonial bluestone buildings set around a courtyard, including the city's former destitute asylum (from 1850–1918). Before this, the site was the location of the "Native School", which aimed to educate aboriginal children.The Migration Museum has a full program of activities including education programs for school groups, public events and family friendly fun.
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German Migration Museum in Adelaide
Das Migration Museum in Adelaide in Australien wurde 1986 eröffnet.
Das Museum zeigt die Geschichte, Erfahrungen und kulturelle Vielfalt der vielen unterschiedlichen Menschengruppen, die seit 1836 nach Südaustralien einwanderten und dort heimisch wurden.
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French Musée des migrations d'Adélaïde
Le musée des migrations d'Adelaïde ou Migration Museum est un musée d'histoire sociale situé à Adélaïde, en Australie-Méridionale.
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English Migration Museum
The museums showcases stories of immigrants to South Australia throughout history with photos, stories and items.