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During your school visit


Enter through our Wakefield Street entrance. If arriving by private bus, we recommend being dropped off on Chancery Lane (entry only from Angas Street).

Please ask students to wait outside – our entrance foyer is small.

Sign In

As the organising teacher, please sign in with our Museum Guide at the entrance foyer and ask your class to wait outside. Your Museum Guide will assist with storing your belongings.

Divide Up

Split your students into two supervised groups. We can accommodate a class of up to 30 students and require a ratio of 1 adult to a maximum 15 students per group.


We ask that students do not bring valuables or large school bags – perhaps share bags instead. We are a small museum and have limited storage. The security of high-value items cannot be guaranteed.


We recommend eating lunch in Victoria Square / Tarntanyangga but remember hats and sunscreen.

Food cannot be consumed in the museum.


We encourage non-flash photography to record and support discussion and learning back at school. You can take photographs for personal use in all areas of the museum unless signs say otherwise.

Mobility Access

Mobility access is available at the rear of the museum – please see your Museum Guide for assistance. All other areas of the museum are accessible by wheelchair. Disability toilets are located in The Anne Frank Gallery.

The Adelaide Holocaust Museum and Andrew Steiner Education Centre acknowledges and pays respect to the Traditional Custodians and Elders of this nation, past, present and future, and the continuation of cultural, spiritual, and educational practices of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples. AHMSEC stands on Kaurna land.

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