Past Events

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Wrecked! Tragedy and the Southern Seas

Permanent exhibition

Shipwrecks record tragic disasters but they also offer an archaeological record and a window to the past.

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The River – Life on the Murray Darling

Temporary exhibition
The history of the Murray and Darling River is rich with stories of the river boats, communities and the agriculture that grew around it. View this event »

Exposed! the story of swimwear

Temporary exhibition

 Exposed! The Story of Swimwear highlights the designs and designers, past and present, at the forefront of Australian swimwear fashion.

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Beneath the Floorboards: archaeology at the Bond Store

Special event
Digging up the dirt on Port Adelaide’s past View this event »

Freshwater Saltwater - Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander prints

Temporary exhibition
The vast network of rivers, creeks, billabongs, lakes and coastal regions found across the country represent a rich source of food and culture for Indigenous Australians. View this event »

Shipwrecked: Escape from Davy Jones' Locker

School holiday activity

2 July 2012 - 13 July 2012 9:30am - 5:30pm

A musical misadventure presented by Michael Mills and the Australian Classical Youth Ballet.

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Captured on Canvas: John Giles’ Port Adelaide 1930-1960

Temporary exhibition

Captured on Canvas: John Giles’ Port Adelaide 1930-1960

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Last Drinks on the Titanic

Special event

Last Drinks on the Titanic

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Pirates of Penzance

Performance

The South Australian Maritime Museum and the Gilbert and Sullivan Society of SA presented the classic musical Pirates of Penzance on the ketch Active II.

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Micromachina Aqua

Temporary exhibition

3 August - 10 September

This August, explore the quirky underwater world with MICROMACHINA AQUA at the South Australian Maritime Museum.

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