The museum gives a great insight to the maritime history of Hobart and Tasmania. The price is reasonable $10, for the amount of time you can actually spend in the museum. Worth a visit.
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Given Tasmania's prominence in early Australian maritime travel one would expect many exhibits which provide a more comprehensive exposition. It is hard to believe that more relics over close to 2 centuries could not be displayed.
Cold wet miserable day, stumbled across this little gem. Run by volunteers, nearly didn't go in as a bawked at $10 entry fee. Glad I did venture in though, small but jam packed with interesting displays and information. Excellent little museum, worth the entry fee...More
Well laid out, reasonable entry fee. Allow a couple of hours to either read exhibit info or listen to video material.
A little museum with a lot of content inside it. The volunteers were very friendly and helpful when we arrived. There was a touring exhibit on display 'War at Sea - the Navy in WW1' which was held upstairs. This had a lot of interesting...More
The War at Sea expo was great very informative, there is so much to explore with in this little museum. I ll be back for the wodden boat race