In the northern suburbs of Hobart is one of the world's great art museums. Small onsite car park but the best way to arrive is the Mona Roma ferry from Hobart docks.
Is Mona the best art museum in the world ?
A fascinating underground labyrinth of strange and beautiful artworks and installations. Give it a try, you will either want to leave after one hour or will want to stay all day and probably come back again. As well as the extensive galleries, there are above ground experiences from cafe to fine dining.
How much do Mona tickets cost?
Mona reopens post covid 26 December 2020
Post Covid Mona is open four days a week, Fridays to Mondays. Starts Boxing Day 2020.
You’ll need a ticket to visit, even if you’re Tasmanian. Museum entry is by $10 deposit for locals (you can get it back if you turn up). As ever, catch the ferry. $15 voyages until the end of January.
Limited capacity. Pre-bookings essential.. While you’re at it, book a ferry ticket too. Parking is limited on site.
MUSEUM ENTRY (Valid 2019) If you are Tasmanian or under 18, admission is free. For everyone else, it varies between $20–$28 (adult) and $15–$25 (concession) depending on the time of your visit. Mona Roma Ferry Mona is located eleven kilometres north of Hobart CBD, approximately twenty-five minutes by water (or twenty minutes by road). A one way ticket is the same price as return. $22 return, No concession, sorry. Children under 4 are free, but you will need to phone Ticket Support to make a booking.