Opening hours

The museum is closed until late 2020 at least. In the meantime, you can visit us for The Faro Experiments.

Lunch: Saturdays + Sundays, 12–6pm
Dinner: Saturdays, 6–9pm

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Admission

Entry to Mona is via The Faro Experiments only until further notice. Your booking includes entry to parts of the museum and some artworks. Other artworks are ticketed separately; speak to staff when you arrive.

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Getting here

Mona is located eleven kilometres north of Hobart—approximately twenty minutes by car. Please note that our ferries and buses are not operating while the museum is closed.

DRIVE
Parking is free. Meet staff at the front gate; you’ll need a booking to The Faro Experiments to enter the site. Accessible parking is available; ask staff for directions when you get here.

TAXI
131008
Australia wide

CYCLE
The northern suburbs and Hobart are connected via the intercity cycleway.

BUS
Metro numbers 510, 520, 521, 522 and X20 pass Mona. Prices vary.

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Mona is located eleven kilometres north of Hobart—approximately twenty minutes by car. Please note that our ferries and buses are not operating while the museum is closed.

 

Getting here

Drive

Parking is free. Meet staff at the front gate; you’ll need a booking to The Faro Experiments to enter the site. Accessible parking is available; ask staff for directions when you get here.

Taxi

131008

Australia wide

Cycle

The northern suburbs and Hobart are connected via the intercity cycleway. 

Bus

Metro numbers 510, 520, 521, 522 and X20 pass Mona. Prices vary.   

Go to timetable >

COVID-19 Info

During The Faro Experiments, we're following advice from state and federal health authorities about how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 transmission.

Measures include:

  • Physical distancing controls;
  • Distinct service times, so we can manage capacity;
  • Increased cleaning;
  • Advanced hygiene protocols;
  • Visitor and staff record keeping.

If you are feeling unwell, please do not attend—contact us and we’ll organise a refund.

For more information about our safety measures, please email faro@mona.net.au.

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Most areas of The Faro Experiments are accessible, with the exception of Unseen Seen. Motorised wheelchairs are permitted.

Accessible parking is available; speak to staff when you arrive at the front gate.

If you would like to borrow a wheelchair or have specific accessibility requirements, please phone Ticket Support in advance.
+61 (3) 6277 9978

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.

We don’t have labels on the walls—we have the O instead. Usually we hand out devices, and headphones for the works that have an audio component; we aren’t going to do this during a pandemic, for obvious reasons. Please download the app to your iPhone, and bring your own headphones, too. Sadly, the app is only available for iOS at the moment—we’re working on it.

 

 

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