Children are very welcome at the Museum. Not only are there close to 400 historic and significant vehicles on display, there are also have lots of fun interactives for children.
Each child receives a free copy of the Wheelie Good Activity Book, which is chock full of games and puzzles and ways of interacting with and discovering the Museum collection. At the end of their visit our Museum Officers can issue a Junior Driver's Licence, but beware...they may become the boss of the drive home once this is issued!
For the little ones...
For young children under 5, as part of the Model Behaviour display, there is a dedicated play space filled with toy cars to play with, and a reading space filled with fun car-themed kids books. The Museum also has an array of coin-operated rides scattered throughout the Museum.
In one corner of the Museum is a special display of a 1960s Ford Anglia, which is surrounded by witch and wizard gear. The dress up box allows for some imaginative play by all and there's nothing better than a photo of everyone in and around the Anglia dressed to impressiamus!
Virtual Reality Adelaide Grand Prix
A bespoke VR game is available for anyone wishing to expereince the thrill of driving around the 1980s Adelaide Grand Prix track. A unique ride thats free to any paying visitors to the Museum.
Retro Gaming Lounge
There are a swag of bean bags ready for young and old to park themsleves in and have a bash at some of the classic video games form decades past in the retro video game lunge. All included in the admission.
Take a photo
We don't encourage much physical interaction with the Museum collection. However, the Enchanted Anglia is one you can enjoy sitting in along with a 1928 Chevrolet Tourer. Don't forget to hashtag the Museum when you take your snaps. There are also lots of picturesque outdoor spaces to burn off any excess energy or have a family picnic.
See our education page for information on school group visits and out of school care programs.