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Salamanca Arts Centre
Art Galleries, Educational sites, Historic Sites, Points of Interest & Landmarks
Rosny Farm
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Inka Gallery
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#1 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
usually museums are my husband's scene- but this day I chose to accompany him and found this etup fantastic.
Fascinating museum ($12 entry per person) replica of Mawson’s hut staffed by passionate volunteers who have plenty of time to tell the story of Mawson’s expedition to Antarctica in 1911 to 1914 and the continuing...
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#2 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
A great combination of contemporary art and museum displays, alongside the classical displays one expects in the world's great museums.
The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery wold have to be one of the best Art Galleries and Museums in the Nation , a real hidden gem.
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Richmond Gaol Richmond
#3 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Great little gaol museum
A really interesting museum and well worth a visit.
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#6 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Anyone who is interested in the past of this fascinating state as well as the maritime history from the early times of settlement, of course including the two world wars, must include this Museum in their itinerary.
Close to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery, which is excellent, the Maritime Museum is well worth a visit too.
#7 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Unusual for art museums, ancient and modern art often sit side by side with the unexpected always at the next turn.Since the museum sits on a peninsula, you can drive or take a bus there, but I enjoyed the ferry r...
As a secondary visual art teacher, artist, and absolute art lover, I can honestly say although I have visited many museums around the world, I have been blown away by MONA! Thank god for David Walsh and his team!
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#8 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
So if you happen to see Philippa at the Narryna Museum, do ask her about her Antarctic adventures and add extra value to your museum experience!
The oldest folk museum in Australia, founded in 1955 by a group of volunteers.
Channel Museum Margate
#10 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
If you want to know anything about the history of this area then this small but very comprehensive museum IS A MUST SEE) Also has a great reference library with lots of local family history.
Charmingly set up museum showing early history of settlement, aboriginal connections, industries including use of channel as transport.
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#11 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Very well planned museum with beautifully restored rolling stock.
We were lucky enough to coincide our visit to the Tasmanian Transport Museum with one of their exhibition days.
#12 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Wonderful permanent exhibits, in this small museum, and also very good temporary exhibitions, so worth visiting regularly
Make sure you make enough time when you visit as time goes by so quickly enjoying Tasmania's Biggest Museum.
#13 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
The Museum’s an easy walk from Salamanca or town, and a must-do for anyone interested in the early history of the British military in Hobart.
Well worth the time - allow at least an hour or more to see this unique and very interesting Australian Army Museum.
#14 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Henry Baldwin, who lived there from 1919-2007 and barely changed a thing from the time his parents built the house, bequeathed it to the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG).
Unlike Narryna which is very much a museum piece, this home was lived in until 2007, when the last descendant of the family who built the house passed away and left it to TMAG.
#15 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
The building has historic value built in 1842 as an art and historical museum, it was the creation of Lady Jane Franklin ( 1791- 1875), the wife of Governor Sir John Franklin.Franklin (1786-1847).
#16 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Art Mob Hobart
#17 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Even if you are interested in purchasing anything this place is like visiting a museum.
#18 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Grote Reber Museum Cambridge
#19 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
A fantastic little museum situated in the coal river valley under the shadow of the Mount Pleasant radio telescope.
We finished with a potter round the museum dedicated to the life of Grote Reber, an amazingly interesting scientist, who exploited to the max, Tasmania’s geographical advantage in observing the heavens above.
Rosny Farm Rosny Park
#20 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Galleries, exhibition spaces, museum, markets, music and much more
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Pooseum Richmond
#26 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
Inka Gallery Hobart
#27 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart
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146 ArtSpace Hobart
#29 of 29 Museums in Greater Hobart