Opening hours

Mona reopens Saturday 26 December, four days a week. Fridays to Mondays, 10am–6pm.

 

The Source Restaurant will open for lunch Friday–Monday, 12–4pm. Pre-bookings essential.
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Faro Bar & Restaurant will open for lunch Friday–Monday from 12pm, and dinner Friday–Sunday from 6.30pm. Pre-bookings essential.
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Our other bars and eateries are open during museum hours.
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Admission

If you want to visit Mona, you’ll need a ticket. Pre-booking is a must.

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TASMANIANS

It’s still free to get in. But there’s a catch. You have to pre-book your trip and pay a deposit; if you show up, you can get your deposit back. We are restricted with numbers so we can’t have people booking and then not showing up. If you do that, the cost is $10 and a lifetime of shame.

The deposit is $10, adults and concession only—you can book timed museum entry or wildcard. For wildcards: join the queue on the O when you get here, and we’ll let you know when you can enter the museum.

No deposit for under 18s, but you will still need to book a timed or wildcard ticket.

After your visit, you will receive an email wherein you can choose to have your $10 refunded, or leave it with Daddy Walsh and he’ll pop it straight on the doggies.

EVERYONE ELSE

For everyone else, museum entry is $30 for adults and $27 concession.

You can book timed museum entry or a wildcard. For wildcards: join the queue on the O when you get here, and we’ll let you know when you can enter the museum.

Under 18s are free, but will still need to book a timed or wildcard ticket.

GROUNDS ONLY

Free for everyone, but you’ll still need to book. Art on the lawns and museum plaza, plus outdoor eating and drinking, plus live music daily throughout January. Plus plus. Does not include museum entry.

Getting here

Mona is located eleven kilometres north of Hobart, Tasmania—approximately twenty-five minutes by ferry, or twenty minutes by road.

Mona is located eleven kilometres north of Hobart, Tasmania—approximately twenty-five minutes by ferry, or twenty minutes by road.

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Ferry

Our high-speed catamarans sail between Hobart’s Brooke Street Pier and Mona often, and take around twenty-five minutes one way. Please phone Ticket Support if you’d like to make a booking for a passenger under four.

There are 99 steps upon arrival at Mona. The jetty isn’t wheelchair or pram accessible at the moment—we apologise for this and assure you we’re working on it. If this affects you, please call Ticket Support to discuss your options.

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Posh Pit

$58 one way or return, same-day travel only

Escape the riff-raff in the ferry’s private lounge, bar and deck. Includes free drinks, tiny food and inflated egos.

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Standard

$15 one way or return, same-day travel only

Sit on sheep / tigers. Go to the bar.

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Mona

655 Main Road
Berriedale Tasmania 7011

Bus

$10 one way or return, same-day travel only

Catch our wheelchair-accessible bus to Mona. Departs Hobart from outside Brooke Street Pier and takes around thirty minutes one way.

If you require wheelchair access or have passengers under 4 (free, but they’ll need a ticket), please call Ticket Support to book.
+61 (3) 6277 9978

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Other ways

Drive

Parking is free, but there’s not much of it. Allow twenty minutes. Accessible parking is available; head up the driveway and turn left. Look for the signs.

Taxi

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Cycle

The northern suburbs (that’s where Mona is) are connected to Hobart via the intercity cycleway.

Public transport

Metro bus numbers 510, 520, 522 and X20 pass Mona. Prices vary.

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Uber

A great option. Use the app.

We’re following advice from state and federal health authorities about how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Measures include:

  • Timed and staggered museum entry;
  • Physical distancing controls;
  • Distinct service times in our restaurants, so we can manage capacity;
  • Increased cleaning;
  • Advanced hygiene protocols;
  • Visitor and staff record keeping.

If you are feeling unwell, please do not visit Mona. If you have booked tickets, contact us and we’ll organise a refund or exchange (see our Terms and Conditions for more info). For more information about our safety measures, please email Ticket Support at tickets@mona.net.au.

The O is a device that provides information about the artworks on display, and performs a suite of other functions and services, too. Usually O devices are distributed to visitors upon entry but we can’t do this at the moment, for obvious, pandemic-themed reasons. Please download the app to your iPhone (available for Android mid-December), and bring your own headphones, too.

The O supports VoiceOver and screen reader functionality for people who are blind, have low vision, or are dyslexic.

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Most of Mona is accessible, except for the Pausiris chamber, certain artworks (Unseen Seen, The Divine Comedy) and parts of the Round House. Motorised wheelchairs are welcome. If you would like to borrow a wheelchair, see staff at the museum entrance. Please note that wheelchairs are limited and cannot be reserved.

Accessible parking is available; head up the driveway and turn left. Look for the signs.

Please phone Ticket Support before visiting if you have specific requirements or would like to discuss transport options.
+61 (3) 6277 9978

 

If you are visiting Mona with more than ten friends, you will need phone Ticket Support to organise your museum entry and transport tickets.

+61 (3) 6277 9978

School Groups

School groups are very welcome at Mona but please book at least 14 days ahead of time. To book, we require one teacher per every ten students for contact tracing.

Due to the pandemic, we won’t be handing out O devices; download the O app to your iPhone or Android device. We’ll also provide you with resources to help plan your visit.

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Lost & found

If you lose something, see staff at the visitor information desk, or email info@mona.net.au.

First aid

Speak to a staff member.

Strobe lights

If you are sensitive to strobe and rapid-movement light, speak to staff about which artworks to avoid.

Underground

The museum is mostly subterranean. Be aware if you don't like confined spaces and low lighting. Speak to staff if you need assistance.

Photography

No tripods, flashes, or professional photography. If you’re on Instagram or Twitter, tag your snaps with #monamuseum and @monamuseum. You can also check in at facebook.com/monamuseum.

Smoking

Outside only. Please use the ashtrays provided.

BYO

No BYO on site. Sorry.

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