New conditions apply due to COVID-19
At the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), we are committed to ensuring the wellbeing and safety of our visitors and staff as we reopen with the easing of COVID-19 restrictions.
We have created an experience that prioritises your safety and enjoyment by introducing physical distancing and extra hygiene measures, comprehensive regular cleaning, and visitor number limits in galleries and on the site as a whole.
All visitors are required to book in advance to ensure their well being and safety. For a general visit please book here, or for a program follow the link below. TMAG remains free admission and there are no booking fees.
Please do not plan to visit if:
- you’re unwell, have experienced cold or flu symptoms, fever or recent loss of smell or taste
- had close contact with a confirmed case of COVID-19 in the last 14 days
- been instructed to quarantine and your 14 days has not yet finished
We’re looking forward to welcoming you back and connecting with our visitors in person again.
TMAG is a respected provider of workshops and professional enrichment opportunities for educators and community service professionals. These thematically-focused training and information sessions help professionals in the education and community service sectors to make the most of what the museum has to offer, and help to increase engagement with natural and cultural heritage.
Community input is also welcome. Please email any feedback or suggestions about TMAG’s role in educator professional learning to Kate Morris.
This year TMAG’s education staff will be hard at work developing the exciting new long term interactive Children’s Exhibition, opening in 2021, so we are offering a focused, highlights Learning Program for Term 3. Information on programs for Term 4 will be available later in the year. Any enquiries please get in touch.
Training and Information Sessions
Pre-service Teacher Workshops
For information about existing sessions or to discuss organising a session please contact Kate Morris.