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Ancient, modern and contemporary art. Bar, café and cemetery on site. Museum open 10am–6pm Wed–Mon. And there are other things to do while you're there...
Awesome & Crazy! Absolute a must!
If you love art, go here, very interesting. Entry fee $25 though.
I just loved the place! The ferry to get there is a bit pricey though
Best attraction in Tas!
Not worth the 20 or 24 dollars 👎🏼 but the view is gorgeous
Not worth the $25, sorry.
Allocate at least a couple of hours to browse through the galleries, as well as the outdoor pieces. Love the O app on the iPod that is provided during the visit. It's a beautiful museum.
Crazy museum. Really love it!
Not suitable for kids even during busy holiday periods. The staff are on high alert and jump on them at the slightest chance. Still, it's interesting, quirky and a Hobart check list item.
Excellent place! The building and grounds alone are so interesting and then, there's the art. A must see in Hobart.
Entrance free for the last opening hour, 5pm, onwards. But that surely isn't enough for you to finish even half of the museum.
The cafe runs out of many hot dishes early. Get there before 1 or your options may be limited. Don't miss the cellar door which closes at 5.
Book everything online well in advance. Because queues, queues and then after that queues. Did I mention queues? Much worse on a rainy day. Otherwise fantastic place
it's ok. nice architecture and interior design, but the exhibits are a little lacking in content. some are very uninspiring. the iPod they hand out and the corresponding app are first class!
Get there early. Go to death exhibition first to avoid queues. Enjoy lunch in one of several choices. During summer festivals, pop up food stands etc make this place come alive!
The greatest museum in Australia. Weird, extravagant and esoteric.
It's a must if you are visiting Hobart, even if only for a few days. The catamaran ride from the docks was fun and the staff on site are helpful and friendly.
Noisy, tedious and wanky. But still a great way to spend a day -- and still shits over most other modern "art" museums.
The museum has a lot of weird exhibits, but it's a very interesting place! Not your standard art gallery.
Experiential art at it's best. A fabulous mix of installation and visual art. Must see if in Hobart.
Everything is awesome there: exhibitions, craft beer, view...
Plan to spend all day here. It's excellent.
Tasmania owes MONA a huge debt. A visitor must. Eat in its wine/bar restaurant too. Fresh local ingredients and Tasmanian wine, beer and cider. Reasonably priced.
Take the ferry here & enjoy the bar + winery on site
Scope out what you want to see. It's large and takes a whole to get around. Leave a couple of hours minimum
Mins for this soul be harhe
Go early to avoid the crowds.
Don't miss out on the ferry! Part of the experience.
Spend a day.
Interesting but also a tad underwhelming after all the reviews from others. Not exactly the Guggenheim and not much better than GOMA in Brisbane. Still a worthwhile experience.
Packed with tourists in early Jan. try come early.
Avoid public holiday to visit as it will be crowded by locals. Tasmanians enter free.
Catch the catamaran from the city and have breakfast onboard to beat the crowds.
Had a great time checking out all the unique art. I would highly recommend a visit to the Museum to anyone.
The Cloaca has a poo at 2pm sharp
Well worth the time and money. Spend at least a day there & don't miss the self guided tour..."like" your favorites and they'll send you an email so you can follow up after your visit and relive it.
I thought the installation represented the emptiness of the human condition. Turns out it was the elevator.
Look for the Buddha made from 8 tonne of incense ash. It's breathtaking.
maybe the most amazing sight of Hobart
Take the bus, you get a tour guide getting there from the driver!
Absurd, weird, interesting...
If you don't want to spend 20$ for Mona boat or bus transfer to the museum, look for the public bus by Metro: http://www.metrotas.com.au/timetables/index/1 However, boat trip is worth the pay.
Careful: cameras are allowed but bags are NOT. Bring your camera strap.
Don't miss listening to the harmonics of the metal "fence" outdoors around the edge of the tennis court. The winds from the Derwent make extraordinary music.
Always sweet to see the cats of owner David Walsh as if to welcome you at the top of the stairs out it in the sun.
Visit the library if you have time.
Great visit, nothing like it on the mainland.
Well worth a visit. Don't rush....
Let one rip in the 'Cloaca Professional' room on Level 2 and blame it on the poop machine. No one will know.
Don't even think about playing 'spot the penis' here. There are too many.