The Ardrossan Museum is located in Ardrossan on Yorke Peninsula S.A and is housed in part of the Clarence H Smith factory . The Clarence H Smith factory is famous for inventing the StumpJump Plough which was used extensively in clearing farming areas. The Museum also houses other ploughs and machinery used in the farming industry.
There is also a general Museum including but not limited to dolls, photography, kitchenware, old irons, semaphore flags, telephones plus much more.
Entry to the Museum is through the attached Ardrossan Visitor Information Outlet.
Carpark Caters for limited mobility Public Toilet Wheelchair access
National Trust Members free entry with National Trust card