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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
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 free entry cornucopia cafe interesting exhibits worth a visit great cafe ski club on display northern territory air conditioned few hours couple of hours great display hop on hop off bus darwin history
We recently visited the Museum on a Tuesday afternoon.
It was a short bus ride from the bus interchange in Darwin CBD ($3pp).
Free admission to the museum itself, with lots to see and do.
We found it easy to navigate around & the exhibitions...More
We stopped at the Museum as part of our Darwin City Tour. It’s a mixture of all things Northern Territory. The most interesting exhibits were the one about Cyclone Tracy that flatten Darwin in 1974 and the legend of Sweetheart, a really enormous crocodile that...More
I wasn't expecting too much from my visit but was pleasantly surprised by the variety of exhibits, the art collections and the curre visiting exhibition. This museum has been curated thoughtfully, intelligently and with style.
I recently visited the museum and must say I thoroughly enjoyed the experience once again. Yeh I have been there many times and have enjoyed every one of them. Come along enjoy the items on display, visit the little shop and even have a coffee...More
Free entry, unless you visit one of the additional, special exhibitions.
A superb museum. I have never seen animal and plant exhibits shown in such a brilliant way. Excellent for all ages. The area that told the story of the cyclone was also excellent. We...More