Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery
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Queen Victoria Museum & Art Gallery information
Launceston's brilliant QVMAG spreads itself over two locations: the meticulously restored art gallery (colonial painting and decorative arts) on the edge of Royal Park; and the natural, social and technology-focused collections at the museum at the Inveresk Railyards . The buildings themselves are half the attraction, particularly the Inveresk site, which was Launceston's rail hub until not so long ago. Learn about black holes at the planetarium (adult/child/family $6/4/16), or fill a stomach hole at the cafe .