Tasmanian Museum & Art Gallery
Incorporating Hobart’s oldest building, the Commissariat Store (1808), this revamped museum features colonial relics and excellent...
Inside a converted warehouse, Rockit offers world-class climbing walls. Don your nifty rubber shoes, chalk up your paws and up you go.
There are free 20-minute tours of Hobart’s grand Town Hall . It was built in 1864 and styled based on Rome’s stunning Palazzo Farnese....
This venerable old stager is Australia’s oldest continuously operating theatre, with actors first cracking the boards here back in 1834....
With exposed bricks, timber beams and distressed walls, L-shaped Pilgrim is Hobart's hippest cafe. Expect wraps, panini and interesting...
29 Campbell St · interesting places nearby
Theatre Royal information
Take a backstage tour of Hobart’s prestigious Theatre Royal. Host to bombastic thespians since 1834, and despite a major fire in 1984, it remains Australia’s oldest continuously operating theatre.