Museum Of Old And New ArtCurrently Closed
- Address: 651–655 Main Rd., Berriedale, Hobart, TAS 7011, Australia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 06:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-362779900
- Ticket Price: 20 AUD
- Time Required: 01:30 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Museum, Family And Kids, Specialty Museum
Museum Of Old And New Art - Review
With a USP that promises to ‘shock and offend’, the Museum of Old and New Art otherwise called the MONA is Australia’s biggest privately owned museum. David Walsh wanted to put up his entire collection of fine art up for public display and cost him a grand total of $57 million. The MONA features a wide spectrum of art from ancient Africa and Greece to the more contemporary Australian, British and Australian. If you’re visiting with children or are sensitive to sexual art, it’s advisable to purchase a map before you being your tour so you’ll know what sections of the MONA to avoid.
The Museum of Old and New Art is the biggest museum in Australia that is privately owned and funded. It features a series of surreal art pieces right from ancient Greece and Africa to contemporary art from Europe and Australia. To avoid wasting time in queues simply check out Museum of Old and New Art ticket prices online and purchase them right there. Tickets for Museum of Old and New Art can be found on our ticketing portal which helps in saving precious time you would waste if you were to buy tickets for Museum of Old and New Art manually at the counter. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Hobart itinerary 3 days.
Museum Of Old And New Art Ticket Prices
- Adult- If you are not from Tasmania admission is $20.
- Concession- With concession card $15
- Under 18- Free
- Tasmanian- If you are Tasmanian, and identify yourself as such( yes, yes, second head etc), you get in for free.
- ID- *ID may be requested upon entry.
How To reach Museum Of Old And New Art by Public Transport
- 649 Main Rd (Bus Stop)
Restaurants Near Museum Of Old And New Art
- The Source Restaurant (Contemporary cuisine served)
- Granada Tavern (Australian cuisine served)
- Pizza Capers (pizzas recommended)
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Museum Of Old And New Art, Hobart Reviews
The coolest modern art museum I've been to in my entire life. Honestly might be worth the trip to Hobart on its own. Take the ferry out if you can, because it just feels like a weird and cool extension of the whole experience. The art is sure to impress, and the grounds outside make you feel like you're visiting a Bond villain lair.
Very interesting place. The architecture is very interesting and unique. Most of it is underground. Some of the art in different and thought provoking. Coffee shops are good and the grounds are beautiful. Set adjacent to a winery. I did not take the boat from Hobart, but others who did, recommended that
Amazing interactive museum - you could spend an entire day here and not complete all the different exhibitions. Love the use of technology in this museum - they give you a phone with an app that uses GPS to help you navigate through the museum and understand the pieces, while also allowing you to get on a queue for some of the exhibits which only takes in a few people at a time. The must see/ not to be missed at the museum are the 5 James Turrell pieces - incredible!
The museum is Beautifully thought out . A tad on the weird side but if your into modern art you will be thrilled. Lots to look at outside too. We had lunch in a lovely restaurant on site too.
Shifted perspectives on things. Requires more than an open mind and love for quirky contemporary art. Not bad but certainly not one size fits all. Cafe was expensive as expected but the soup was truly delish. I enjoyed the wine yard and architecture outside more than anything. Funny signs outside also.