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Top Things to Do in Bruny Island 2020



61 things to do found in Bruny Island
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The Parsonage

The ParsonageNearby City

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Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery

Tasmanian Museum & Art GalleryNearby City

4.1/534 Reviews
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Art Museum
Liz Stark
"A cool addition to everyone's obligatory visit to MONA (that's why you're in Hobart right?!). Unlike $25 MONA, this option is FREE hooray. Affectionately nicknamed T-MAG by locals, it was established in 1846 and is home to special and permanent exhibitions. Come here to find out everything about the extinct Tasmanian Tiger (or Thylacine) and Tasmania's history and people."
Museum of Old and New Art

Museum of Old and New ArtNearby City

4.6/539 Reviews
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Wednesday - Monday 10:00-18:00, not open on Tuesdays, open daily in January (Local time)
"The Museum of Ancient and Modern Art in Hobart is a professional museum that comprehensively introduces the history and culture of Tasmania, the distribution of flora and fauna, and mineral resources. The exhibits here are very rich, a comprehensive introduction to Tasmania, whether it is from industrial development or the evolution of flora and fauna, there are many exhibits and specimens in history, which are very interesting and worth visiting."
Salamanca Arts Centre

Salamanca Arts CentreNearby City

4.5/511 Reviews
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Art Gallery
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Art District
Open from 9:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
Jolee Pink
"The center has a great selection of shops and galleries. If you don't have time to visit Bruny Island, you an still taste Bruny Island Cheese Company's outstanding artisanal cheeses at the shop in the center. The Raw Milk C2 was amazing. We also enjoyed the Resource Work Cooperative's annual recycled art show on the second floor. The Coop operates a series of interesting programs transforming trash to art such as developing an exhibit from old photographs salvaged from landfill, a Waste to Wonderful Textile Workshop and their annual recycled art show on exhibit open to everyone from professional artist to schoolchildren."
Maritime Museum of Tasmania

Maritime Museum of TasmaniaNearby City

3.8/517 Reviews
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"Basically it is the only museum in Hobart. In the city center, the location is easy to find. There are not too many people. It is free. It is not big inside. You can see it all in one hour at most. The most impressive content is the slaughter and aggression of indigenous peoples by Westerners. Contemporary Australians are constantly reflecting and re-examining how they treat indigenous civilizations. It is quite surprising to see this. Did the Europeans bring civilization or disaster?"
Narryna Heritage Museum

Narryna Heritage MuseumNearby City

4.3/53 Reviews
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Open on Mon-Fri,10:30am-5:00pm;Open on Sat-Sun,12:30am-5:00pm (Local time)
Liz Stark
"This is a 19th century colonial house built by Captain Andrew Haig that's really worth a couple of hours of your time. Provides some important context and background to the lives of early settlers to the area, and a peak at how the wealthy lived. Gorgeous house with well-kept rooms, plenty of information on offer from helpful guides, and brimming with antiques and trinkets. $10 entry fee. Closed on Mondays."
Mawson's Hut Replica Museum

Mawson's Hut Replica MuseumNearby City

4.3/53 Reviews
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Open from 10:00am-5:00pm (Local time)
"Very small museum, but it is worth visiting if there is a chance."
Richmond Gaol

Richmond GaolNearby City

4/53 Reviews
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"Traveling to Australia, this stop came to Hobart, the capital of Tasmania. Richmond Town is one of the oldest towns. It is about 30 minutes’ drive from Hobart. The three oldest in Richmond Town, among which Richmond Prison is the oldest and best-preserved in Australia The prison, built in 1825, is one of the best protected prisons in Tasmania. A British criminal, Aiqi Solomon, was once detained here. When you visit the prison, you can see the dormitory, whipping yard, kitchen and storage room of the chain prisoner, recreating the life of the prisoner in the past. There is a fee to visit here, and the entrance fee is 15 Australian dollars."
Markree House Museum & Garden

Markree House Museum & GardenNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"Very clean and tidy, everything looks orderly."
Australian Army Museum Tasmania

Australian Army Museum TasmaniaNearby City

5/51 Reviews
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"The items on display all seem to have a sense of age, as if they have been seen in some places in China." is part of Group Limited, one of the world's leading providers of travel services.
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