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655 Main Rd | Moorilla Estate, Berriedale, Glenorchy, Tasmania 7011, Australia
+61 3 6277 9900
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Mona - the Museum of Old and New Art - is Australia's largest privately owned museum. It showcases owner David Walsh's collection, which includes more than 2000 artworks, antiquities and ethnographic pieces. The collection ranges from Egyptian funerary objects to some of the world's most infamous and thought-provoking contemporary art. Since opening in January 2011 it has welcomed more than 1.4 Million visitors. The 3.5 Ha site, just north of Hobart, also includes the Ether Building Function Centre, Moorilla winery and vineyard, Cellar Door, Wine Bar and Barrel Room, Void Bar, The Source Restaurant, a 63-seat cinema, the Mona Library and gallery, as well as eight contemporary accommodation pavilions. Until 6 July, 2015, Biennale of Moving Images Hobart, 2015 - 18 new works by 20 of the world's best video artists under 40 years of age. Amarna (2015) by James Turrell (born 1946 in Los Angeles, USA)- Amarna is one of a series of more than 80 Skyspace installations Turrell has built in high altitude and geographically isolated locations. MONA's work is the largest Skyspace to date and Turrell's southern-most installation. See MONA website for sequence times. 12 -22 June, 2015, Dark Mofo Since Neolithic times, seasonal winter solstice rites have been held to face the darkness and bring back the light. Mona - the Museum of Old and New Art - in Tasmania's winter festival Dark Mofo celebrates both ancient and contemporary mythologies, birth and death, fire and laser light - with some good music, art and food thrown in. The usual Mona obsessions, with a darker twist, in and around Hobart each June. MONA FOMA A summer festival of eclectic proportions: the Museum of Old and New Art Festival of Music and Art in Tasmania, Australia, is curated by Brian Ritchie (Violent Femmes) and brings a beguiling mixed-bag of music and art to the island state. From post-punk to avant-garde orchestras, inflatables, installations and performance art, MOFO sprawls unconventionally across Hobart each January. Mona is open Wednesday - Monday (closed Tuesdays) and operates from 10am - 5pm in winter, and 10am - 6pm throughout summer. Mona is currently on the winter operating hour schedule.
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655 Main Rd | Moorilla Estate, Berriedale, Glenorchy, Tasmania 7011, Australia
+61 3 6277 9900
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Reviewed yesterday

Galleries are a hit or miss for me, especially modern/abstract art. But this is worth the trip. Take the ferry, which is fun and refreshing (especially since there is very little parking on site). The gallery, which doesn't look like much from the outside, is...More

Thank Sabra C
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I am hardly interested in art but this place was amazing. The whole family enjoyed the visit. The headset tour enabled even my 9 year old the ability to interpret the art scenes. This place is so totally different to any other art display that...More

Thank NeJ1975
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Well worth taking the fast cat( boat) or bus out to Mona. Great tourist attraction for the state , credit to Mr Walsh. Food and restaurants and accomodation are beautiful, grassy areas to lay about on bean bags with live music on the green ....More

Thank Tassiehols
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

We only had about two hours for this visit, brought here by our Tasmanian Sister in Law. Her entry as a local was free, my wife and I paid a reasonable entry fee to this privately owned Museum. As a practical person, I was most...More

Thank H L
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Our second visit to MONA. My opinion hasn’t been changed by this visit. To me it just confirms that lots of money doesn’t provide one with good taste. The ferry ride is fun. The $28 to get into MONA for me was a waste of...More

Thank AFrequentTraveller
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

MONA was a interesting experience- far more new than old art which is for me far more difficult to appreciate. I was underwhelmed by the Museum of Everything exhibition. As a philistine I expect to see known artists in a Museum rather than unknown artists....More

Thank Jane R
Reviewed 1 week ago

MONA is always a must on any trip to Hobart. Such a spectacular place. Be prepared for something different and completely out of the norm. That's what everyone loves about MONA. We visited on a wet Hobart afternoon and the place was packed. The new...More

Thank Donna S
Reviewed 1 week ago

MONA has it worked out brilliantly that it is a "must do" when visiting Hobart. Everyone goes as, well everyone goes. The ferry is really cool - definitely the way to go. MONA captures your dollar every step of the way. You have to admire...More

Thank ivanb52
Reviewed 1 week ago

We went to MONA despite knowing it has no censorship and some galleries are not suitable for kids. It was pouring heavily and we have no other options on a rainy day. The experience was unique but if your are going with kid,ensure you check...More

Thank avirupdg
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Mona was mostly as good as we had hoped and sometimes better. We booked the ferry and entry online at the museum's website, which worked well and delivered all the tickets as a single pdf. Because it was a cold, windy and very wet day...More

Thank Theo C
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Marie M
November 9, 2017|
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Response from MelbourneDes | Reviewed this property |
on line didn't work. went to desk day before no problem finding r posh pit. due to holidays I would go to desk day days before just to have ticket in hand. but that is me. posh pit only a f you can down champagne in 20... More
August 22, 2017|
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Response from AMANDA L | Reviewed this property |
Mona is pram friendly . A beautiful grassed area to sit, ideal for a young one to play on while you enjoy a drink or food. There are steps leading up from the ferry , you might want to enquire if there is a lift as I'm... More
February 22, 2017|
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Response from Tracy G | Reviewed this property |
Yep no problem and it is sensory overload in a good way but we popped out for lunch then back in. Take time and enjoy!