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Maritime Museum of Tasmania

Corner Davey & Argyle Streets | Carnegie Building, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia
+61 3 6234 1427
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Corner Davey & Argyle Streets | Carnegie Building, Hobart, Tasmania 7001, Australia
+61 3 6234 1427
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Really only for those with a burning interest in boats. Displays were interesting but needed more variety.

Thank Gail F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

This is a nice little maritime museum in the heart of Hobart near the marinas. You will like it, if you are into maritime history. This museum gives you a nice overview about the maritime history in Tasmania and had a special exhibition about the...More

Thank Daniel G
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Loved this place. Centrally located and even though not a huge venue, the items available to look at , coupled with the information provided , it is certainly a site worth visiting, Allow a couple of hours and be prepared to learn lots of local...More

Thank Mitcham20
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Rather small museum, took me no more than an hour to go round, only $10 entry. Most displays are small & photos with story board, but there are some physical exhibits that are interesting too. Suits people interested in maritime around Hobart. I found the...More

Thank Jaron F
Reviewed 14 October 2017

great museum, very informative. very nice building, good exhibits have been here twice free entry but a donation is expected. good clean toilets

Thank Timothy C
Reviewed 15 September 2017 via mobile

Our family went with 5,3 and 1 yo. Models great for kids to see. Amazing original paintings and equipment to see. Its quite small but good size for small kids. Can really see why Hobart has its beautiful boating culture. On going admission is $10...More

Thank Lourdes P
Reviewed 14 September 2017

This is an excellent maritime museum of Tasmania. Interesting display and exhibits. From Colony days to modern times.

Thank annwf2014
Reviewed 7 September 2017 via mobile

Went here not really knowing what to expect, there was a lot of info to read, lots of model ships, amazing paintings, and a few videos to watch. Included war history, Australian history, Tasman Bridge Disaster, and more. My partner and I found it quite...More

Thank travellingpfitzy
Reviewed 1 September 2017 via mobile

Visited here and wasn't sure what to expect , but found the small museum very interesting. There is more to read than see so children might get bored . The volunteers who staffed the museum were friendly and helpful. The history of the sea and...More

Thank Tardustraveller
Reviewed 1 September 2017

I'm fan of maritime museum. I was not desapointed in that one. Very intersting models and information. The model and explanation of the Hobart bridge broken in '70 was very intersting.

Thank Alexandre G
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Response from SuzyJ47 | Reviewed this property |
I think it was $7 to get in, which we thought was very reasonable, especially when the gentleman taking payment explained that all staff were volunteers and that the Museum received no Government funding. It was very... More