Went there with a 3yo, she enjoyed the few hands on things and different parts of the exhibit. The drawing station at the entrance was a winner too.
About Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
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We spent over half a day wondering through this marvellous museum enjoying all of their fantastic and diverse exhibits. From the Egyptian mummy through to the newest exhibit dedicated to the Tassie Devil, its all laid out in a way that encourages exploring. The staff...More
We visited the Museum, after seeing the signage for the short term Tasmanian Devil Exhibition whilst walking along Constitution Dock. It started on the 8th Dec. The Museum was fairly quiet this Saturday morning as we walked in around 11am. Most of our family has...More
Lovely historical building with several floors of exhibits. I hadn’t expected such interesting material including the Black War, exploring the Antarctic, a coin and medal collection, decorative arts and natural history. An eclectic mix that somehow works. An audio guide would have been helpful. Free...More
Great place to bring the family! Plenty to see and do and unlike Museums on the mainland, this place has a significant amount of Tasmanian stuff. We got through most of the displays in around an hour and any staff interactions were good. We did...More
A free museum, well worth some time. Among the highlights: an interpretive room about aboriginal culture, "medals and money", Antarctic exploration, taxidermy. Beautiful gift shop. The museum gleams after a 2013 rehab.
Most of the exhibitions were free to visit. Great place to spend an hour or two for the kids. Got to learn about many interesting facts.