The Bay Discovery Centre is a social history museum celebrating the cultural heritage of South Australia. The Museum is a haven for history and art lovers and is housed in the iconic Town Hall in the heart of Glenelg.
The Centre encompasses Glenelg’s Visitor Information Centre, social history museum and a ground floor gallery.
The ground floor gallery offers a changing exhibition program celebrating both South Australia’s history, and the work of South Australian emerging and established artists.
For up to date exhibition information, please visit the Bay Discovery Centre website.
Permanent exhibitions include Voyage and Arrival, Colonel William Light – Soldier/Surveyor/Founder of a City, The Proclamation, Sir Douglas Mawson: Knight of Brighton and the Violet Rowe Swimsuit Collection 1930-1960.
The Bay Discovery Centre and Holdfast Bay History Centre are initiatives of the City of Holdfast Bay and together function as a museum, along with the Glenelg Air Raid Shelter.