Presented by the South Australian Museum Reviewed 17 Sept 2021 After the success of the Adelaide Fringe Night Lab event and the equally impressive follow up Night Lab: The Night Aquatic, the South Australian Museum has once again put on one hell of a one-night-only show with Night Lab: Metamorphosis. With its theme of Metamorphosis […]
Ch ch ch changes…. Join the Museum for a night of transformation, think caterpillar into butterfly, grapes into wine and bugs into food in an evening of creepy, crawly, spiky, slimy bugtastic fun. Confront your fears and phobias, challenge yourself to try something new and learn about the secret and not-so-secret lives of insects. I […]
Sip on reserved and museum release wines at the South Australian Museum this June, in collaboration with 15 top wineries.
The incredible exhibit features preserved giant sloth bones which date back to 1787 and a meterorite fragment which fell to Egypt in 1911.
The SA Museum's second adults-only event for the year, featuring music, talks, games and activities across 4 hours of adventure and discovery.
The sold-out, award-winning Night Lab returns for one-night only at the SA Museum, this time with a nautical theme. This is an 18+ event.
With the final days of the school holidays fast approaching, make sure you head to the SA museum and check out their Wonders exhibition, with special sessions for the Autistic available.
Come to the South Australian Museum July 13th for RESERVED, a wine event for you to taste the best wines in the state.
To celebrate Earth Hour 2018 on March 24th, the Australian String Quartet are teaming up with the South Australian Museum to present an environmentally low-impact evening of high-impact music.
Not literally, but kind of. Anyone with a love of the animal kingdom will appreciate this brilliant new exhibition.
North Terrace lit up and we loved it... Check out the stunning images here!
Some of Adelaide's most beautiful and iconic buildings will be transformed into living canvases of light during the Fringe Festival...
Dr Andrew Thomas, the first Australian in space, has become the first Patron of the South Australian Museum.
A recently published paper by researchers from the South Australian Museum and University of California demonstrates that Earth’s earliest complex life, previously thought to have become extinct with no descendants, has similarities with creatures living today.
American photographer Jordan Ek has been named winner of the People’s Choice award in the 2014 Australian Geographic ANZANG Nature Photographer of the Year.
Ancient, super-breeding fish on display from today at the South Australian Museum are the stars of evolutionary research carried out by an international team including South Australian Museum Palaeontologist Dr Mike Lee, which has been published in the prestigious journal Nature.
The results of a groundbreaking South Australian Museum study on early childhood learning will be launched in an exhibition at the Museum today.
This Sunday, 7 September will be the last day that visitors can enjoy the spectacular works of art: each telling a unique story about natural science.
A new exhibition from Warakurna artists in Australia’s Western Desert opens at the South Australian Museum this Friday, 29 August 2014.
Waterhouse Natural Science Art Prize Youth Category winner Jennifer Ahrens (Lyndoch, SA) has won the People’s Choice Award, as selected by thousands of visitors to the South Australian Museum’s Waterhouse exhibition.