Immerse yourself in 150+ years of rich history at the Port Adelaide Football Club Museum, proudly located at the heart of the club, Alberton Oval.
As you approach The Precinct, it’s impossible to miss the huge glass window of the museum showcasing the Port Adelaide Football Club’s history of success – 37 genuine and replica Premiership cups and shields.
The museum boasts a timeline of the club’s history, photos of every Premiership team, touch screens with detailed club information and a suite of Port Adelaide memorabilia to explore at your leisure free of charge.
The centrepiece of the museum is a replica locker room that doubles as a theatrette, visually telling more Port Adelaide tales and facts to engross yourself in.
Displays are constantly changing with new items, our most recent additions include Fos Williams memorabilia, John Woollard medals and Wartime memorabilia from PAFC players who served our country in WWI and WWII.
The museum is open to the public every day with guided museum tours run at select times. See below upcoming tour dates or contact firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire.
The club is running two tour types which are $10pp with proceeds going back into the servicing of the Museum.
In-depth tour: 1 hour and 15 minute tour with club historian.
Condensed tour: 45-minute tour with club tour guide.
Upcoming tours: BOOK HERE
To arrange a group tour - Register your interest here