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Salamanca Arts Centre, Hobart

(4.3/5 based on 260+ reviews on the web)
For a taste of Tasmanian culture, check out Salamanca Arts Centre. Funky stalls sell a range of food and drink, including whiskey, fudge, organic cheeses, organic produce, and breads, as well as textiles, gifts, and the like. Browse local artists' art, photography, and design in this well-organized center. Enjoy a light meal or a drink in The Long Room. Check the schedule for performances while you're in town. Use our Hobart trip itinerary builder to add Salamanca Arts Centre and other attractions to your Hobart vacation plans.
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TripAdvisor
  • Pleasant enough to wander around galleries and shops, with some interesting art and studios out the back. 
  • I loved wandering around the Salamanca Arts Centre and surrounding galleries. It is quite a unique place to visit. 
  • We visited this location and found it to be something that was very interesting. A must visit as far as we are concerned. Fascinating items on display. Something for everyone here and takes some time ...  more »
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  • It offers a very authentic view of the Tasmanian art scene though the museum itself is quite small. The staff are very friendly though and are usually willing to explain the background of the art pieces on display
  • Love this place's atmosphere. Nice and cosy.
  • Really fun. Artistic and creative. Everyone here is really nice.
  • nice place.
  • I know you will do an exhibition Claudio Polles, artist whom I respect and I believe for his poetic and expressionist aesthetics. I believe his art "mad" sixties-style Theater of the absurd in London by John Osborne.
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