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National Automobile Museum of Tasmania

Main hall featuring mirror wall.
Main hall motorcycles
Gift Shop
First exhibition room
Main exhibition room
Hall of Muscle
Main exhibition room
Gift Shop
Motorcycles in the first room
The now relocated National Automobile Museum of Tasmania in Launceston features one of Australia's most significant motoring collections. Spanning over 100 years of style and technical achievement this impressive collection of traditional and contemporary automobiles is a must-see for all those who appreciate history, design, engineering and style. The museum comes alive with varied theme displays each year as well as constantly changing cars and motorcycles in the main hall. A feature of the new location is the establishment of "The Hall of Muscle" a celebration of the Australian Muscle Car. Along with over one hundred exhibits, the museum features a unique gift shop with a magnificent range of merchandise that will delight people of all ages. Situated across the road from the Silo Hotel and Tasmania's largest children's playground, Riverbend Park, a visit to The National Automobile Museum of Tasmania is an ideal way to spend a leisurely afternoon. Car and motor home parking is available on site. The museum features disability access throughout. Open every day (except Christmas day) 9 am to 5 pm. Opening times during Winter are 10 am to 4 pm.


Coach Parking

Enquiry Desk

Family Friendly

Gallery / Museum

Non Smoking

Public Toilet

Shop / Gift Shop

Actively welcomes people with access needs.

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