MONA | Museum of Old and New Art
Hobarts Museum of Old and New Art is located on the Berriedale peninsula in Hobart, and has become one of the most popular contemporary museums in the world.
MONA is situated within the Moorilla winery. It is the largest privately funded museum in Australia and presents antiquities, modern and contemporary art from the David Walsh collection. Walsh has described the museum as a "subversive adult Disneyland."
Officially opened on 21 January 2011, coinciding with the third MONA FOMA festival. The afternoon opening party was attended by 1,350 invited guests. 2,500 members of the public were selected by random ballot for the evening event which included performances by True Live, The Scientists of Modern Music, Wire, Health and The Cruel Sea.
2013 saw the introduction of Dark MOFO to the museums events calendar, the museums annual winter solstice festival.
The Museum of Old and New Art houses over 400 artistic works. Notable works in its inaugural exhibition, Monanism, include Sidney Nolans Snake, displayed publicly for the first time in Australia. Wim Delvoyes Cloaca Professional, a machine which turns food into excrement, Stephen Shanabrooks "on the road to heaven the highway to hell", remnants from suicide bomber cast in dark chocolate, and Chris Ofilis The Holy Virgin Mary.
MONA Open Hours
Wed-Mon: 10am-5pm | Closed Tuesdays
Museum 10am - 5pm (last entry 4.30pm)
Museum Shop 10am - 5pm
Museum Cafe from 10am
Void Bar from 10.30am
The Source Resturant
Breakfast Wed-Mon from 7:30am - 10am (closed Tuesdays)
Lunch Wed-Mon 12pm-3pm (closed Tuesdays)
Dinner Wednesday-Saturday from 6.30pm
From 9am (closed Tuesdays)
9.30am-5pm (closed Tuesdays)
From 10.30am (closed Tuesdays)
MONA ROMA FAST FERRY
30 minutes from the MONA Brooke St ferry terminal (Hobart)
$20 return per person OR $50 return for a Posh Pit ticket, available from Friday 8 March, which will give you access to our exclusive lounge, bar and private deck - complete with uber comfy seating, table service, and complimentary canapes, pastries and beverages.
Bookings 03 6223 6064 or online http://www.mona.net.au/shop/tickets/mona-roma-fast-ferry
AIRPORT EXPRESS (BUS)
Coach transfer between the Hobart International Airport and MONA.
$20 one-way or $30 return per person
Bookings 03 6223 6064 or online
MONA ROMA (BUS)
Coach transfer from the MONA Brooke St Ferry Terminal (Hobart)
$20 return per person
Bookings 03 6223 6064
Parking is free on site. Larger vehicles (winnebagos, camper vans, Mack trucks) should use the overflow car park to avoid trapping other guests.
Hire one at the MONA Brooke St Ferry Terminal (Hobart) or at MONA
$20 per person
Fly in a helicopter over Hobart and land at MONA. Includes entry to the Museum and a return ferry trip.
$349 per person
Bookings 03 6248 4117
More info http://mona.net.au/what%27s-on/tours#helicopter
Short flight, over Hobart, or long flight over, over Hobart and Wineglass Bay. The short option includes lunch at the Wine Bar. The long option includes lunch at The Source Restaurant.
Short flight $199 per person quad share or $299 per person twin share
More info http://mona.net.au/what%27s-on/tours#seaplane
If you are Tasmanian or under 18, admission is free (pick a ticket up on site). For everyone else, it varies between $25-$28 (adult) and $20-$25 (concession) depending on the time of year.
Skip the Line: Tickets includes Admission to Museum of Old and New Art and best highlights of Hobart tour.
Special Tour & Admission
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Child (4-15yrs) > $43.50
Explore the wonders of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) and explore all the best highlights of Hobart, Tasmania with this great value tour package. Take a scenic ferry ride along the Derwent River to MONA - labeled as one of the essential "must visit attractions in the world for 2013" by numerous international media outlets - and explore its astonishing blend of modern architecture and confronting artwork firsthand. With a wide display of artworks designed to make you think, the Museum of Old and New Art is a display unlike any other that blends adult imagery with traditional museum installations.