Queen Victoria Museum and Planetarium
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Tasmanian history, natural science collections, planetarium, art gallery and coffee shop.
The QV Museum and Art Gallery are open 10am to 4pm daily. General admission is free. Cafes are open 10am to 4pm daily. See for yourself online... or just cross the road ! www.qvmag.tas.gov.au/qvmag/
Our local museum which has a mishmash of exhibits. In one room you can find dinosaurs, old cars, shipwreck treasures and a Tasmanian Tiger! There's a hands-on science room which is fun for all ages and a planetarium. General entry is free which we like! They also have some excellent touring…
Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery QVMAG (34min walk) The largest museum in Australia not located in a capital city. Collections include colonial art, contemporary craft and design, Tasmanian history, natural sciences and a zoology collection. Kids love it, with plenty of fun and engaging…
Situated in old repurposed industrial buildings with a train station past, this museum and art gallery is a great place to visit. one of my favourites. Great for families and anyone really. The planetarium it has been said is one of the best in the world.
Free , undercover , great for people of all ages IF RAINING Hands on area for kid's to touch feel and play Lots of local history.... by gone days historic information and items to see
The Museum is where you'll find Tasmanian history and natural science collections and the Art Gallery is where you can experience ten galleries, the Guan-Di Temple and the ArtSparks! Family Art Space.
Fantastic gift shop with some unique Tasmanian arts and crafts, books and souvenirs.
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