When we visited the museum, it was almost closed. We could only take a quick look at the flowers. But it was shocked that there might be a cultural difference between the East and the West. The indigenous cultural exhibition was very attractive. When we came out, it happened to fall the indigenous flag. It was said that the flag was raised and lowered every day.
Melbourne did not have this stop in the middle of the journey. Friends recommended that we should go and see it. We went by tram. On the first side of the main road, there were many visitors. Everyone enjoyed the art very quietly. It was really worth visiting.
It's really great here. I recommend you to have a look and I think it's free. When I go, there's an exhibition. It's great. It's an exhibition with all kinds of color elements piled up. So the beautiful environment is good.
It's very atmospheric. It's quite spacious. There are many art exhibits and one-storey fee-paying exhibitions. All Eurasian art exhibitions above the second floor are free. The famous paintings are very eye-catching, though they are not very clear. But it's still worth visiting.
From the outside, the building is a magnificent city wall with a moat-like clear fountain pool. The internal artistic atmosphere was very strong. At that time, we also saw some school teachers commenting on a painting with their students.
We recently visited the gallery to view the Chinese exhibition which was very interesting. A great display, well documented and beautifully presented. It is an amazing building and well worth a visit to any event that is of interest to you.
The whole gallery is free on several floors upstairs. It's really worth spending more than half a day slowly. There are collections, cultural relics of various countries, as well as authentic oil paintings, which are so beautiful that people can not imagine.
The National Gallery of Victoria is an indispensable stop. It is one of Australia's largest art galleries. Today is Monday, but the gallery is still full of people who stop to watch their favorite works.
The National Gallery of Victoria has two grand galleries that are accessible on foot, and the fixed collections in both galleries are free to visit. Locals and tourists in Victoria can now enjoy the fine collections of two public galleries in a grand art exhibition area. At the end of St Kilda Road, cross the Yarra River to Federation Square, a cultural center surrounded by the renovated National Gallery of Victoria International (NGV International) on St Kilda Road. The International Museum of Victoria National Gallery is the world of international works of art. Various works of art from Europe, Asia, Oceania and America are displayed in the pavilion. Since the opening of the Victoria National Gallery in 1968 at St. Kodak Road, the collection has doubled to more than 70,000. As a truly landmark building in Melbourne, the pavilion has been completely redesigned to accommodate any of the most impressive exhibits in the Southern Hemisphere.
In this gallery you can see the works of world-class artists such as Picasso, Monet, Manet and Rembrandt. There are also many fine works of court painters of the Renaissance and even earlier times. Many paintings are based on biblical stories and famous historical figures. Anyway, if you do your homework well and visit again, you will have a good memory.