I took a look at a very small private museum. I hesitated for a long time at the front desk because I needed to buy tickets, but I still didn't go in to see it. But spent more than 70 Australian dollars to buy two collections of exhibits as a souvenir. More expensive than tickets. The lady at the front desk was very kind and asked me to watch the pictures in the exhibition halls in front of the CCTV screen. Thanks for the introductory article found on the Internet: A new decorative arts and fine arts museum in South Australia is officially open to the public. The museum contains 3000 pieces of decorative arts and fine arts collected by the late collector David Roche. The David Roche Foundation House Museum (The David Roche Foundation House Museum) is located in Adelaide, the capital city of South Australia, and contains Roche's home, winery and brand new exhibition space. The new wingspan building cost 3.6 million US dollars and was designed by Williams Burton Leopardi Architects. After opening, the David Roach Foundation Museum will have one of Australia's largest private collections, including furniture, porcelain, fabrics, metal products, 18th and 19th century paintings, sculptures, clocks and more. David Roach established the David Roach Foundation in 1999 to protect and display his personal collection. In 2013, David Roach passed away.