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Museum & Art Gallery of the Northern Territory

19 Conacher St | Bullocky Point, Darwin, Northern Territory 0801, Australia
+61 8 8999 8201
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The Museum and Art Gallery of the Northern Territory (MAGNT) is the NT's premier cultural institution. Enjoy permanent exhibition highlights such as Cyclone Tracy, Natural History and Sweetheart, a famous croc as well as exciting temporary exhibitions. Enjoy a meal at the picturesque Cornucopia cafe overlooking the sea or purchase a book or gift at the Store at the Museum. Entry is free. MAGNT runs an engaging series of talks, public programs, workshops and school holiday programs. Check out the website for details
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19 Conacher St | Bullocky Point, Darwin, Northern Territory 0801, Australia
+61 8 8999 8201
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Reviewed yesterday

We enjoyed our visit. Great facilities and very well set out displays. We enjoyed the special Cyclone Tracey exhibits and also the wonderful Aboriginal artwork on display. Great little shop for gifts and small cafe.

Thank Judyh26
Reviewed 4 days ago

The Darwin museum is a small, but great attraction up in Darwin, a wonderful way to quickly absorb a lot about the region, its history and what makes it special. When we lived in Darwin the museum was a regular family visit location. There is...More

Thank Derek C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Thank you Darwin for allowing us to visit this marvellous venue, free! Once again the Darwin locals, impressive with their generous nature had given us the good oil and we found ourselves on the number 6 bus for $3 heading to the Museum & Art...More

Thank M1885OVmargarets
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

This Museum has a beachside setting and many unique exhibits, including fantastic Indigenous artworks, Indonesian fishing vessels and local flora and fauna (the famous croc exhibit ‘Sweet Heart’ is a must see). Have a coffee and cake or lunch on the deck afterwards or wander...More

Thank jane d
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Visited this place on Sunday very helpful friendly staff , excellent indigenous section as well as history of the town & resilient people , displays of wildlife & creatures that also come from this area , I really enjoyed The Frank Gohier Exhibition a local...More

Thank Peter R
Reviewed 1 week ago

This was better than expected. Details of the Christmas cyclone that flattened Darwin in the seventies amongst other interesting stuff.

Thank freddielola
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

You have to see 'Sweetheart'.... of course. However, the talented artistry on display of indigenous Australian has to be seen... It's free... and they have free wifi (and its GOOD)! You do have to get a locker if you have a backpack, but its a...More

Thank ClemsonTiger1996
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The NT is a vibrant, artistic culture and no where is it more evident than here. For a true taste of what the NT offers make sure this is on your must do list. Favs' are the Indignenous Art collection, clone Tracey exhibition, maritime exhibition

Thank Sharon H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

The information on display including the information that could be assessed online about Cyclone Tracy was impressive. The sound room to further experience Cyclone Tracy did not seem to be working effectively. There was a range of Indigenous Art on display and examples of local...More

Thank Nicole S
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Quite impressive exhibition on the rebirth of dot paintings due to a group of indigenous artists in the 1970's. there was a documentary video which was an incredible introduction into the reasons behind such art and the social/cultural existence of those who live in remote...More

Thank WakeBoris
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8 February 2015|
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Response from Kiwibob739 | Reviewed this property |
I went on a weekend and it was 10am - 5pm