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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...more
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Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 AM
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
19 Conacher St | Bullocky Point, Darwin, Northern Territory 0801, Australia
All reviews cyclone tracey natural history sound booth cornucopia cafe free entry worth a visit ski club great cafe interesting exhibits on display northern territory air conditioned great displays few hours couple of hours hop on hop off bus darwin history
This museum is located only a short taxi ride or bus trip from the city centre and entry is free.
We were mainly interested in the Cyclone Tracy exhibition but we saw several other displays on our way to this display. We saw such things...More
We visited based suggestions from our hotel & a few uber drivers. It was free entry but they did ask for a gold coin donation. It had an aboriginal art gallery, native animal exhibit, Cyclone Tracey which was really interesting. Sweetheart (the stuffed Crocodile) was...More
This free museum is an excellent window to a lot of history of the Northern Territory. I really enjoyed the Cyclone Tracy room and the Maritime room with all the boats of interest. The refugee boats from Vietnam were an eye opener on how people...More
Museum is quiet small but it's very neat and tidy and clean and doesn't smell old and musty like most museums
They had a spider display but when you got up there it was $15 to enter, which seemed a bit steep, maybe a smaller...More
The cyclone Tracey exhibit really moved me. I remember it happening, even though I was still at school. The use of music to evoke the time is very well done. Walking in to a darkened room to hear the shriek of the cyclone which someone...More
Great Territory icon, excellent museum filled with historical and cultural life of northern Australia.
Great Maritime history of traditional trading vessels of Australasia.
Nice cafe with aircon or outside dining.
Twice visited museum/art gallery and well worth for both Tiwi art, Cyclone Tracy and great views of bayside from windows throughout the building. All buses stop at entry so very easy transport to visit. Seniors enjoy free travel on No 6 local bus.