At the Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery (TMAG), we are committed to ensuring the well-being and safety of our visitors and staff as we operate with COVID-19 safety measures in place.
We have created an experience that prioritises your safety and enjoyment by incorporating physical distancing and extra hygiene measures, comprehensive regular cleaning, and visitor number limits in galleries and on the site as a whole. All visitors are required to check in via the Check in TAS app when visiting the site.
For everyone’s safety, our staff, volunteers and contractors are required to be vaccinated and wear face masks. Visitors are also required to wear face masks while on site, see below for more information.
We look forward to welcoming you to the museum soon.
From Tuesday 21 December 2021 face masks are required to be worn by everyone aged 12 and over when in public indoor settings in Tasmania, as per Public Health requirements. This includes TMAG.
There are certain exemptions to wearing a face mask, including for certified medical reasons. To find out more about this requirement, please visit the Tasmanian Government Coronavirus website.
For a general visit to TMAG, bookings are not required for individual visitors or families but contact tracing details are required upon entry. Download the Check In TAS app on your smartphone in readiness for your visit.
Bookings are however required for TMAG’s new gallery for children 0-7 years, mapiya lumi | around here. Entry is free, and visitors can book in for a timed session which will ensure an optimised and COVID-safe experience. Please book using the button below.
Bookings are also required for community and commercial groups of 10-30 people, as well as for schools and education groups for self-guided visits or digital excursions beamed directly into classrooms. Please click on the relevant button below to make a booking.
Frequently asked questions
Please find more information here in response to questions you might have about what to expect when planning a visit to TMAG, and additional support measures that have been implemented in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
For more information about COVID-19 in Tasmania, including current restrictions and other requirements, please visit the Tasmanian Government Coronavirus website: www.coronavirus.tas.gov.au