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The National Gallery of Victoria (NGV) is the oldest and most visited gallery in Australia. Situated over two magnificent buildings – NGV International and NGV Australia – the Gallery presents over 40 exhibitions a year including major international...more
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Thank you Melbourne for a great attraction in the NGV. It’s a great trip to do if you are in Melbourne and our top tip is to take a highlights tour which start just about every hour from the Fourier. They take you through museum...More
Recently took some German visitors here to see the terracotta warriors. Was a fantastic exhibition. My only suggestion would be that it would be beneficial if there was another option for an audio guide in German or French or Spanish. Only Chinese / English were...More
What an awesome experience! The Terra-cotta Warriors Exhibition was very well laid out. It was extremely busy - we were there on the second last day, so I guess everyone was making a last dash for it, just like us. The queues were very well...More
Book your tickets on time to make sure you get in! It’s super - whatever the exhibition is , cool DJs and live music with a good choice of food and drinks . Perfect opportunity to see the exhibition after work hours in a funky...More
Went there for a few hours on a Saturday to check out the art. The museum is bigger than it looks filled with art from many different eras. The queue for the warriors is enormous so suggest people line up early!
We went to see the Terracotta Warriors and Cai Guo-Quiang exhibition last Sunday well worth the look. The Terracotta Warriors themselves were fantastic-the detail and the way they were displayed with mirrors in their cabinets was a great idea,that way you could see the detail...More
I almost gave up buying tickets online for the Terracotta Warriors. The exhibition's uniqueness was the only thing that keep me going.
I can buy airline tickets with less steps. I found the day I wanted, then could not just buy as a one off...More