People tend to check in during these times:
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...
Very cool use of technology - register your email on the O Guide and before you are back home to sleep MONA sends you links to what you saw+clicked on - fabulous memories, follow-up
Definitely worth the trip. Plan to spend at least a few hours if you want the full experience!
Amazing! One of the best museum in the world. Impressive guiding tour with the itouch and leads you through different pieces of art.
Get in early and plan to spend the day if you want to truly take it in. Enjoy!
Ignore the advice - start on B1 and go straight to the mummy room, only 2 people at a time, big queues as the day unfolds..lots of contemplative spaces on B1, makes B3 feel like a dance party!
amazing just amazing. A must when in hobart
it's quieter later in the day, so go straight to the bar and drink cocktails before embarking on your crazy art journey.
You ARE allowed to photograph the art. Awesome.
Tasmanians are free!
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.
Grab your O guide - click through for every art piece and hit Gonzo to share the wonderful passions, intellect+honesty of founder David Walsh..then read the straight text
Explore the iPod O app carefully. There are hidden gems.
A must see/do experience for all. The cafe upstairs is well priced with great food.
Go see Theatre of the World, just fascinating
Awesome, world class gallery. Go on a Saturday morning while the rest of the tourists are at Salamanca. Also do the Moo Brew beer & Moorilla wine tastings
Spanish BBQ on Fri, Sat and Sun is a must! $18 for good meats and Salad
Get a spot on the lawn overlooking the Derwent and try the bacon & caramelised onion open sandwich and a Moo Brew pale ale
Amazing art. Definitely a must when u visit Tas. And it's free. Compliment with excellent O apps. Love it.
Run don't walk to see one of the art world's real highlights. And be prepared to be challenged, used and entertained. Kudos to MONA and DW.
Look for the Buddha made from 8 tonne of incense ash. It's breathtaking.
Careful: cameras are allowed but bags are NOT. Bring your camera strap.
Great visit, nothing like it on the mainland.
Don't even think about playing 'spot the penis' here. There are too many.
2 options for dining: A very good wine and beer tasting bar and cafe. And Source restaurant. If you're there, there was a coffee float with lemongrass anglaise. Order if possible
Absolutely brilliant. Could go back again and again. My new favourite art space. Highly, highly recommend!
Hour wine tour a must if you have time. We didn't but have come for a second day.
Great venue but if you like black coffee forget it!! Otherwise everything is bang on.
Grab a drink and food and hit a beanbag in the sun at the ground floor cafe, great view!
Start at the bottom and work your way up. The bar on the bottom floor make great martinis, so start your day with a cocktail
Book your ticket online beforehand. That way you can join the shorter prepaid queue
Be careful which toilet you enter!
not the best place for those suffering from depression. rather dark and macabre. lots of thought provo
World Class. Certainly a cut above. Immerse yourself for an entire day (easily done) and then stay the night at the Pavillions.
The cool bar is on B3 nice to end there on the shabby chic lounges
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.
maybe the most amazing sight of Hobart
Take the bus, you get a tour guide getting there from the driver!