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The TMAG has a fine array of exhibits, ranging from Aboriginal history to the natural island of the island and the ocean to its south. There is an excellent shop, and very good cafe on the courtyard (with soft drinks, wine and beer). The special...More
Went in with my 7 year old son who is a great dinosaur enthusiast. The exhibition was good and we learnt some new things. It was perhaps a little small for the entry fee but he spent quite a bit of time in the fossil...More
I visited with my brother in Jan 2019 from NSW. We liked this museum a lot. Particularly the Thylacine display, the monetary exhibit and the Antarctica exhibit. They have a decent sized selection of things to look at which are well presented and it wasn’t...More
This museum is a real delight. And it's free! You could easily spend a day exploring the many different exhibitions. It contains some fascinating historic artefacts along with some wonderful Australian art, taxidermy showcasing the wildlife of Tasmania and even a really good Antarctic exhibition....More
What a superb museum. Great atmosphere. We spent over three hours here. Securely locked up our larger bags and felt free to explore. The highlight for me was the Bond Store, and in particular the Indigenous history on Level 3. Take your time to carefully...More
The ads on TV make the Dinosaur Revolution look amazing and my children aged 13 and 10 were keen to go and explore and have a look at this.
Sadly, it was a very disappointing experience. Nothing at all like shown on the TV ads....More