The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), Australia's second oldest museum, is the cultural heart of Tasmania.It is a place for all generations to celebrate and experience what it is that makes Tasmania unique.
TMAG’s collection embraces the diverse treasures of art, history and science and provides the starting point for the exploration of many fascinating stories about Tasmania’s rich and complex history.
Located on Hobart’s historic waterfront, close to the city’s central business district, TMAG’s site includes the most significant and diverse collection of heritage buildings anywhere in Australia. On 15 March 2013, TMAG unveiled its stunning AUD30 million redevelopment to the public.
The award-winning development includes twelve new exhibitions featuring new content on all three floors of the historic Bond Store, a dedicated gallery to the Tasmanian Tiger or Thylacine in addition to the spectacular Central Gallery, with a stunning central showcase containing artefacts from Tasmania and around the world.
TMAG has plenty to offer visitors of all ages, with new and extended education programs and family activities, touring and temporary exhibitions as well as enhanced opportunities for lifelong learning. Join a free guided tour between Wednesday – Sunday, enjoy the café or browse the museum shop.Visit Website
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