Really loved this museum! Free entry and so much good stuff to see! I spend a couple hours here exploring and saw a good amount - everything was so lovely and thought provoking. Lots of care put into the labels with lovely little child friendly notes too, and there also was advertised a free guided tour if I remember correctly. The rooftop cafe was bustling and looked lovely but I just visited for the view - it was so lovely I can see why so many people mentioned it! Would definitely recommend if you’re in the area
Very beautiful art collections here, interpretation up to the mind of the viewer in most cases. There are 4 floors of galleries, the top most hosting a Cafe with an incredible view point of the harbour.nnIt does have elevator services which allow wheelchair access to all floors, and gender fluid bathrooms. The gift store is also quite quaint and sells interesting bobbles.
One of the best museums in Sydney where the entrance is free, while art works and professionalism of staffs seem to be the top level.nnThis museum is a public opened, walking in distance, and welcoming place for travelers, local commuters, and even bystanders.nnRecommended.
I am not a complete Philistine so I visit various galleries etc.. especially if they have nice cafes to contemplate what has been experienced. This placeu2019s cafe has wonderful rooftop views of the harbour. As to the art, it will be different when you visit. For me? I appreciate the effort but seriously wonder why in most cases.
I am not a complete Philistine so I visit various galleries etc.. especially if they have nice cafes to contemplate what has been experienced. This place’s cafe has wonderful rooftop views of the harbour. As to the art, it will be different when you visit. For me? I appreciate the effort but seriously wonder why in most cases.
Dropped one point as the loading dock to the venue passage literally has no straight lines or flat floor.nIt's a miracle of engineering, should not be possible, plus asbestos and lead paint and my Geiger counter was double the outside readings from uranium in all the quartz.nTotally safe by the way. Even deep I the bowels where us roadies tread.nIt's a beautiful building with some amazing exibits.
Everyone should visit the cafe on level 4 the views of Circular Quay and the harbour are well worth it. Food and drinks are cheap and it's a great place to show off to friends and family. NB The cafe closes extremely early. So go there well before mid day.
The entry for the Museum of Contemporary Art was free, which I really appreciated! Next to that, the museum has a lovely lookout, with a café, where you can see both the Opera and the Harbour Bridge.nThe expositions are over a couple of floors and focused on different social themes. One of them was about feminist art, very interesting approach and lots of new information!
The gallery changes on a regular basis and the last time I went I didn't really connect with the themes or pieces of work other than the hypnotising computer generated Asian dancers. It's free though and probably worth checking what's on prior to visiting. The cafe on the top floor has amazing views of the bridge and opera house though so that's well worth a visit.
Located on Sydney’s iconic Circular Quay, Museum of Contemporary Art Australia offers a wide range of exhibitions and events. It’s more suitable for people who are more interested in modern art. Amazing coffee shop on rooftop with astonishing views over opera house, harbour bridge, and circular quay. Free entry and easy access by public transport.
An interesting and fun museum. Cool modern art, with a mix of canvas, sculpture and audio/visual works. Entrance is free (donation boxes abound), and you can easily spend more than an hour perusing the various pieces over the three levels. When you're done (or need a break) head to the top floor cafe for commanding views over Sydney Harbour.
Worth a quick visit if you’re in the neighborhood. Not the best art museum in Sydney, but that’s just my opinion. You may love the artwork there. The cafe on the top floor has awesome views of the harbor. The glass elevator is also a fun ride.
The MCA is somewhere to visit 2-3 times a year to see what is new.