Founded way back in 1856, the South Australian Museum is one of Australia's most prominent museums, housing a wide range of historical and cultural objects and artefacts - including the world's largest collection of Australian Aboriginal material. The museum offers several permanent galleries of a wide variety - Australian Aboriginal Culture, South Australian biodiversity, world mammals, megafauna, fossils, minerals and meteorites and Pacific cultures. Visitors who have any queries or would like some further information could visit the information centre located on Level 1, while a gift and souvenir shop is also offered to visitors at the museum, with over 10,000 items ranging from books to toys to handicrafts. A visit to the museum will prove to be a memorable experience, specially if travelling with the whole family.
Open daily from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Around 1-2 hours
Adults, Families, Young Adults, Children, Senior Travellers
The Australian Aboriginal material and the dinosaur exhibits
Though designated prayer facilities at South Australian Museum will not be available for Muslim travellers, it is possible to visit some of the many mosques in Adelaide City during prayer times. In addition to the Central Adelaide Mosque - the oldest and most prominent mosque in Adelaide - Muslim travellers could also visit the Adelaide City Masjid, Masjid Omar Bin Al Khattab, Elizabeth Masjid and Masjid Al-Khalil & Islamic Arabic Centre.
Muslim travellers looking for Halal food near South Australian Museum could visit some of the many Halal restaurants in Adelaide. Bollywood Indian Restaurant, Kamlas Kitchen India, Voshi Bay are just a few of such popular Halal restaurants in the area.