This museum details immigrant life from pioneering days up to today. The museum building was once Adelaide’s Destitute Asylum, where many of the city’s aged, homeless and underprivileged lived (and died). The stories of the women and children who lived there from the 1850s to 1918 are told in the ‘Behind the Wall’ exhibition. 82 Kintore Ave; open 10am–5pm Mon–Fri, 1–5pm Sat–Sun and public holidays; admission free.
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