The University of Adelaide is home to a number of museums, spread out amongst the University's four campuses. Access to the University's museums is made possible largely through the generosity of volunteers who donate their time and expertise to host visitors to the museums.
Museum entry is free and everyone is welcome.
Museum of Classical Archaeology
The Museum of Classical Archaeology holds ancient treasures including an Attic marble Lekythos fragment (4th century BCE), a terracotta sarcophagus from Tarquinia (Southern Etruria, Roman ca 100 BCE) and a Villanovan cremation urn (northern Italy, 9th century BCE).
Visit the Museum's webpage for more details.
Roseworthy Agricultural Museum
The Museum is currently closed.
Please contact us if you have any enquiries.
Mawson Laboratories, North Terrace Campus
Open Monday - Friday
The Tate Museum holds minerals, rocks, fossils and specimens that illustrate geological phenomena. In addition there is a select display of material about, and collected by, Sir Douglas Mawson during his famous expeditions to Antarctica and his time at the University as a Professor of Geology.
See Tate Museum flyer for further information.