Recent name change to Design Tasmania Centre. Entry is now by donation.
Mens Shed and Woodworkers' Association members must visit, to see truly exquisite and innovative craftsmanship. Several large display rooms, all with wall panel heating that take time to warm up, so don't visit first thing in the morning if you feel the cold.
Also be careful with backpacks as some of the pieces are located quite close to each other and a bump could prove very expensive. Currently no cloakroom but you can leave backpacks etc with the front desk.
I'd think twice about visiting with little kids in tow. There are a couple of items set aside for kids to touch and pick up but the rest of the exhibits are strictly no-touch although not protected by any barriers.
And remember to look up, as even the ceiling is a work of wood art.
This attraction is located adjacent to the City Park Radio historical radio museum and studios (also entry by donation), so tour both in the one visit but allow at least an hour maybe two.
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