National Automobile Museum of Tasmania - Tasmania
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The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania displays many magnificent examples of motoring history with both motor vehicles and motor bikes presented. The museum's theme and displays change regularly.
The museum is a not for profit oganisation which relies heavily on the support of volunteers. The numerous motor vehicles and motor bikes seen in the museum are privately owned and are graciously lent to the museum for the benefit of the community.
Both modern and vintage eras are represented and everything in between, from muscle cars to the quaint and quirky.
The displays have plaques given the history of each vehicle and there are a number of audio commentaries playing to take you back in nostalgic memories of a mis-spent youth.
Also featured are displays of collecters scale vehicles and other motoring memorabilia such as emblems and badges.
There is also a well stocked shop for the motoring enthusiast with all sorts of merchandise incuding jackets and caps.
Free parking is available adjacent to the museum.
Winter opening hours are 10am to 4pm and the museum is closed on Christmas day.
Children (under 16) $6.50
Annual Pass $29.50
The museum also caters for tour groups, school excursions and functions.
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