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National Gallery of Victoria

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Just home from the NGV. Delighted to find for last two weeks of MoMA gallery opens at 8.30..,great... read more

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National Gallery of Victoria - an outstanding gallery - well worth a visit

The range of art is vast, e.g., from Australian art, icons, medieval wooden sculptures of saints... read more

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The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings – NGV International and NGV Australia – the Gallery presents over 40 exhibitions a year including major international...more
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Just home from the NGV. Delighted to find for last two weeks of MoMA gallery opens at 8.30..,great if you want to beat the crowds. Modern art not really my thing but the exhibition was well put together and lots of interesting pieces. Among them...More

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Reviewed yesterday

The range of art is vast, e.g., from Australian art, icons, medieval wooden sculptures of saints, Georgian paintings, Chinese artefacts, to crockery through the ages (we spotted a cup we used to have many years ago) and much, much more. Two videos are worth viewing...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Had a lovely time here at the National Gallery of Victoria- but if tickets can be purchased online to avoid the queues then do so! We went during the Victorian school holidays- so it was busy- and I hate standing in line for tickets. The...More

Thank Ann G
Reviewed yesterday

We went to the Gallery not knowing that the MoMa exhibition was on and were faced with long lines of people wanting to see the exhibition however the long wait was well worth the time spent in the line. Others have commented on the actual...More

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We recently visited the MoMA exhibition and really enjoyed it. The exhibits are well spaced out and you can get quite close to all of the pieces displayed. It wasn’t to crowded when we visited on a Friday morning and we were impressed with all...More

Thank Jessica H
Reviewed 4 days ago

Really enjoyed the Moma exhibition. Well set out spaciously over several areas and at time of visit not overcrowded like the Van Gogh exhibition I previously attended

Thank 333Rosemary
Reviewed 4 days ago

It was great to see the paintings of Roberts, McCubbin, Drysdale, Namatjira and Nolan (just to mention a few). I was taken back by the sheer size of some of the works such as Tom Roberts’s “Shearing the Ram” and Frederick McCubbin’s “The Pioneer” you...More

Thank Graeme T
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Very nice building and friendly stuff. Most of the gallery is open to the public for free, don’t miss to visit. Ticket is required only for the special exhibitions; MoMA winter exhibition in our case, thoroughly enjoyable. Note that there is a transaction fee when...More

Thank AmaliaFou
Reviewed 4 days ago

in a great location and it is free... do i need to say more? they have interesting art collection, it is a very good experience to visit, especially with kids.

Thank jess_smithsf
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

We were brought by a friend here with the temporary exhibition of MoMA (Museum of Modern Art). We booked our ticket online to avoid long queue at the ticket counter. Good art collections from various artist, such as Salvador Dali, Pablo Picasso, Vincent Van Gogh,...More

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Katherine O
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Think it’s on level 2
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Yes, lots of interesting stuff - kids could get quite a lot out of it, if we spend time talking to them about the art. I'll be taking my 5 yr old as soon as I can. Have a great time!
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