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Visiting the Migration Museum: a Guide for Teachers

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Visiting the Migration Museum: a Guide for Teachers

This Guide has been created for teachers, to help plan their visit to the Migration Museum, and provide some ideas for classroom activities before and after a class visit.

You will find lots of great resources and activities that can be explored in the classroom, even if you can’t make it to the museum in person. You will also find information about each exhibition with suggested questions for discussion, which can be used to support a self-guided museum visit.



Download the teacher’s guide to get started

Visiting the Migration Museum: a Guide for Teachers

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The museum gets busy so make sure to book in your self guided experience. Please use the link below to begin the booking process, and our team will be in touch with you shortly after.

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Migration Museum Education Programs

Where to Next?

Check out these education resources to help you explore South Australian migration history

20th Century Migration to South Australia



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