MONA museum and Hobart tour: Join our morning City Tour 781 and get an orientation of Hobart before visiting one of the city's most exciting venues. A visit to the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) will open your eyes to a gallery experience unlike any other. The pieces on display will take you on a journey of rival contemplations and emotional roller-coaster.
Explorer Coach tram Tour (Due to operational requirements, sometimes other vehicles are used). Anglesea Barracks - Australia's oldest army barracks (10 mins). Cascade Gardens - Photo Opportunity of Australia's oldest brewery (10 mins). Remains of Female Factory - Female Convict Prison (15 mins). Rosny Lookout - Photo Opportunity of Hobart City & Derwent River. Royal Botanical Gardens - Time to walk through the Gardens (50 mins). MONA - owned by entrepreneur David Walsh, it is Australia's largest private collection of art and artefacts.
Wander through ancient, modern and contemporary art. Complimentary use of 'The O' - a handheld touch screen device assists with learning about the exhibits or listening to interviews with artists. Record your visit on 'The O' and email it. Perhaps enjoy a delicious meal at The Source Restaurant, Museum Cafe or wine bar (own expense). Return to Brooke Street Pier in Hobart by coach or ferry.
Duration: Eight hours and 10 minutes.
Start/opening time: Operates daily at 9.20am except on Tuesday and Saturday.