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Adelaide is easy to get around and offers a wide variety of attractions for all ages. Here you can learn more about world-class wines, admire the beautiful Adelaide Oval and watch a sporting event, or why not learn more about the history of the country at South Australian Museum or Migration Museum. If you are longing for the beaches, take the tram to Glenelg which is a popular seaside suburb. All you need to do is to enjoy your holiday while exploring this amazing city!
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Botanic Gardens

Opened in 1857, the Botanic Gardens, modeled on English gardens, feature plenty of native trees and plants. The Bicentennial Conservatory that towers over the gardens houses a tropical rainforest environment and is the largest glasshouse in Australia.
Art Gallery of South Australia

Art Gallery of South Australia

In the heart of the austere, monumental Victorian grandeur of Adelaide’s official buildings, this art gallery has a wide collection of Aboriginal art both traditional and contemporary, as well as colonial, modern Australian and British art.
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South Australian Museum

The main focus of the museum is the astonishingly ancient history of the land of Australia, with the Origin Energy Fossil Gallery displaying some of the oldest fossils in the world. You will also find extensive exhibitions of Aboriginal history.
Migration Museum

Migration Museum

To get a true picture of the stories of the diverse ethnic groups that now make up the South Australian people, head for this museum full of fascinating personal stories of arrival in the new colony. Plus the story of the Aboriginal people.
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Tandanya

Tandanya - the National Aboriginal Cultural Institute - established in 1989, was the first indigenously owned and managed arts centre in Australia. The institute has exhibitions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders art from across Australia.
National Wine Centre of Australia

National Wine Centre of Australia

The nearby Barossa Valley is Australia’s wine producing heartland, and this centre in central Adelaide, with its own vineyard, offers interactive exhibitions explaining the whole winemaking process, plus wines to taste and buy.
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Festival Centre

The Festival Centre was built in 1973 as the venue for the Adelaide Festival of Arts, the city’s major arts event since its inception in 1960. The large modernist theatre complex is still the heart of the festival and its theatres are open all year.
Adelaide Oval

Adelaide Oval

One of the most picturesque cricket grounds in the world, the Adelaide Oval is home to the West End Redbacks, South Australia’s cricket team. It also hosts Aussie Rules football, rugby matches and concerts.
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