Another outstanding visit to MONA - this time to eat
MONA has recently (post covid lockdowns) opened Faro restaurant for "Experimental" meals for "brave" patrons! Our group of seven encountered the Vegetarian a la carte menu, and it was superb. Stunnin...
I'm not a great fan of Modern Art (some of it is rubbish - in my opinion) but I loved this. From the ferry out, the whole experience was captivating. For the busiest exhibits, you could register and t...
Fully recommend the Charcuterie plate and Mezze plate and purchase some nice cheese to accompany the Charcuterie plate. Wine is so, so and wish there was more varieties of wine but as it is a winery ...
In 2013, Hobart was selected as the world's top ten best tourist city by Lonely Planet. At some level, the Tasmanian Museum of Ancient and Modern Art is indispensable. It is Australia's largest private museum, also known as the MONA Museum. A private collection of millionaire David Walsh. The MONA Museum is built on the riverbank highland. The exhibition hall is accessed by elevator. The visitors can directly see the rock formations cut longitudinally. Without any windows, feel the modern abstract art in a closed indoor atmosphere. The MONA Museum also has its own travel celebrations, MONA FOMA in January and DARK MOFO in winter. Ferries and buses can be booked at the Hobart downtown terminal.
Traffic: It is convenient to drive by car. From the urban area along the NATIONAL HWY 1 all the way to the north, about 10 kilometers drive, when you turn to the museum, you must cross the overpass. The route is complicated, it is easy to make mistakes, it is recommended to slow down.
Tickets: AUD 20 for adults, free for children under 18; AUD 20 for ferries and buses.
Opening hours: Closed on Tuesday, closed on Tuesday, closed on Tuesday, I will say three important things, open every month in January, 10
Known as the world's darkest and mysterious museum, it is opened by professional gamblers and even exhibits human body excretion simulators!
Taiwan's local billionaire David Walsh is both a math genius and a professional gambler. He is arrogant and rebellious, hates traditional museums, and he wants to build "the adult's own Disneyland". In 2006, the MONA Museum of Ancient and Modern Art was established. It was born in 2011. The largest private museum in the Southern Hemisphere may be just David Walsh's new toy, but because everything here is full of novelty, quirks, and mystery, it has been repeatedly named The World Must Go Museum, attracting many visitors to explore.
MONA is short for Museum of Old and New Art. The name of the founder is quite traditional:)
MONA is located on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart. Ferries can be taken from the Hobart downtown terminal to the pier at the MONA Museum, with 7 round trips per day during the winter season. Flowers and flowers on the ferry in the VIP VIP room to enjoy the fine light food and drinks, while watching the scenery slowly outside the window, very leisurely.
MONA covers an area of 3.5 hectares and is picturesque. The most special is the museum of 8 exhibition halls of ancient and contemporary art designed by the best designers from the local and international. The layers are embedded in the Triassic sandstone on the river bank! The total construction area is hidden within 10 meters below the ground.
In Hobart, Australia, a unique sea time
This beautiful harbour city is located under the hills of Wellington in Tasmania. It is also the southernmost city in Australia.
At first sight of Hobart, it is a cold wind, with a bit of bleak autumn scenery. But the whole city is full of pleasant and casual taste. Hobart is famous for its specialties, seafood, art museums and natural river harbors and sea scenery. The local culture and unique natural scenery are perfectly combined.
The museum is different
It is located in the middle of the sea, so it is only by boat. This is a museum full of art, creativity and design, with many interesting art installations. There is also a very interesting project in the evening, which is a picnic. Sit on the lawn, taste cheese and wine, and admire the beautiful vineyards.
Hobart goes out to sea
I have friends who say that he likes Tasmania very much, because the nature here is an unparalleled fresh taste.
When you go out to sea, remember to bring a thick dress. The boat is very fast and the wind is very big, but before the beautiful scenery, the sun is shining, you will only feel the sun is warm, the scenery in front of you is like a painting. The guides of the peers actually jumped into the water and caught fresh and delicious seafood under the water. Sea urchins, salmon, abalone, lobsters, all fresh. Cook a little and enjoy the delicious. When I returned, I actually took the helm and experienced the boating myself. It was so interesting that the endless sea rushed to the end of the day.
Australia's most worthwhile art museum - Tasmanian Museum of Ancient and Modern Art MONA
MONA is an art museum in the Murila Winery on the Berriedale Peninsula in Hobart. From the Brooke Street Pier, take a 15-minute walk along the waterfront to the high-speed ferry Posh Pit, which takes you to the Tasmanian Museum of Art and Art in half an hour.
This is referred to as the MONA Museum, located in the north of Hobart, on the banks of the Derwent River. It is Australia's largest private museum and exhibits the private collection of millionaire David Walsh. The museum building built on the bank of the riverbank itself is a piece of art. The museum displays about 300 pieces of art, which are three floors and are impressive. The 3.5 hectare site includes a functional center, Muriel Winery, vineyards, a wine cellar and wine bar. There is also a Source restaurant, a 63-seat cinema, a MONA library, a gallery and eight stylish accommodation pavilions. The
exhibition hall enters the underground through the elevator. It can directly see the rock formation cut longitudinally. Without any windows, feel the atmosphere of modern abstract art in the closed atmosphere of the city. All kinds of lines are criss-crossed, with a little surprise in the simplicity, and all kinds of delusions also make us think.
To be honest, the real tattoos made me really scared and scared.
The Museum of Old and New Art is Hobart's attractive new tourist attraction, demonstrating the private collection of millionaire David Walsh. The design of the museum itself is immensely bold, deep underground three layers, and the exterior is entirely covered by stones. Internal display from the Egyptian mummy to death experience, which is extremely impactful. The museum's own special festivals are held each January.