Silver City Mint and Art Centre, Broken Hill

Categories: Art Galleries, Museums, Shopping
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3.6/5 based on 150+ reviews on the web
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  • If you miss seeing the huge full-surround mural when you are in Broken Hill, it is like going to Rome and missing the Sistine Chapel. In fact, being in Australia and missing out on seeing this amazing...  read more »
  • The staff were incredibly friendly, informative and genuine in their opinions. Plenty of marvellous art works to view. 
  • Very disappointed in this establishment when we visited today. Cheap knickknacks and silver jewellery. I was expecting so much more. There is no signage to explain the quality of the jewellery or wher...  read more »
  • SAVE your money. Nice shop- lots of jewelry- unfortunately we spent quite a lot on a silver bracelet bracelet that fell off that night while I was out. I did send a nice email suggesting that it was either poor workmanship or poor design (as they make all their own jewelry) but I have yet to hear back from them. Probably better to save your money and but elsewhere.
  • More a gift shop than a gallery but does sell great fudge. The 'Big Picture' a 100x28m painting costs $7.50 extra to even see.
  • Sensational! Staff friendly and helpful. The Big Picture was stunning so worth the stop highly recommended!
  • It's not really a gallery but a gift shop, great pieces of local art can be bought here. The best attraction is the 'big picture' exhibit of which there is a small scale version in the main part of the gallery. It's worth the $7 to see, considering the painting itself and the effort put into maintaining and presenting the display, I considered it a donation to the museum as I spent about 2 hours there all up. They also sell chocolates and lollies, the rock chocolate looked the best! They have a jewelry shop where you can watch them shape gems in a real studio, although there was no one working there when I went through. A must see venue in broken hill, especially for buying art, gems, jewelry or cute knick nacs.
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