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Museum bars are often stale or clinical. Ours are both. Not really. We have two bars - one above ground, and one below.
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The Museum of Old and New Art is an art museum located within the Moorilla winery on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, It is the largest privately funded museum in the Southern Hemisphere. MONA houses ancient, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Mona is open four days a…
Mona is the Museum of Old and New Art. The museum is a private collection owned by the slightly eccentric David Walsh. The artworks and artifacts are extraordinary in themselves and furthermore the actual building is perhaps the most interesting piece of art in itself. The food and wine is excellent…
The Museum of Old and New is now renown throughout Australia for its historical and unusual displays
One of the most famous museum in the world to display the old and new arts. You are not only can enjoy the art collections, but also can taste the delicious Tassie food. Easy to get there by 20 mins drive from city, and you have another option to book a Mona cruise at the Murray Street Pier.
This doesn’t need an introduction! Splurge on the fancy ticket on the ferry and be rewarded by the treats on board and a day out not to be missed!
Absolutely must do! Catch the ferry from Brooke St Pier - if you like a tipple or two go for the Posh Pit ! I recommend having a look around the museum then stopping for lunch (your brain could be hurting) then go back and do another hour. Several restaurant options. No day parking at the wharf…
A must for all travellers to be surprised and amazed of the museum of old and new art. Take the ferry and make a day of it. Enjoy the food and wine while you are there.
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