Plan your visit
Located on Hobart's waterfront, opposite Constitution Dock, Maritime Museum Tasmania is open every day of the year (except Christmas Day).
We are wheelchair accessible, and only a short walk from the city centre.
At the Museum, you will find stories of exploration, shipbuilding, and our relationship to the sea.
Come and see shipwreck remains, explore a life-size naval ship’s cabin, and read stories of the men and women who left their mark on Tasmanian waters.
What will you discover?
General admission tickets are valid for a year, giving you unlimited access to the Museum and its exhibitions.
Maritime Museum Tasmania can be found on Hobart’s historic waterfront, opposite Constitution Dock, in the historic Carnegie Building at 16 Argyle Street.
We are two blocks from Hobart's CBD, a pleasant five minute stroll from the city's central mall, or a 10 minute walk from Salamanca place.
Parking is available along the waterfront in metered spots, or you can park in the multi-story Argyle Street carpark, a short walk from the museum.
If travelling on public transport, we are conveniently located only a block away from the Metro City Centre Bus terminal, where buses from all over greater Hobart finish their trip.
Please take photos and videos at the Museum, but when indoors please refrain from using a flash. We love seeing the Museum through your eyes, so go ahead and share your photos with us by tagging us on Facebook or Instagram!
The Museum’s shop is open to the public during general opening hours.
We offer a selection of books and gifts, including nautical toys, model ships, art, and giftware.
Find a gift for yourself or a loved one and help support Tasmania’s largest and most eclectic maritime collection.
Where to Eat
The Museum is located in an excellent cafe and restaurant precinct. We are a short stroll from the famous fish and chip shops that line the pier, and from the trendy cafes of Salamanca Place.
There is no cafe on Museum grounds.