National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne

Don't forget to visit NGV at Australia's oldest public art museum!

Don't forget to visit NGV at Australia's oldest public art museum! | Photo credit: Wikimedia commons/sailko

National Gallery of Victoria Overview

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National Gallery of Victoria is the oldest public art museum in Australia. It is divided into 2 sections- The Ian Potter Centre and the NGV International. There are over 68,000 works of art here, some of them being Acrobats by Albert Gleizes, Airport at Night by Russell Drysdale, Combat by Lee Krasner, Bamboo in Spring Rain by WU Zhen and Clouds by John Constable.

Attend an introductory talk, opt for a guided tour or watch a documentary film at the gallery to learn all about the exhibitions here.

NGV International - Better known as the NGV, it houses the Gallery’s international collection and has some exclusive pieces from Europe, Asia, America and Oceania.

Ian Potter Centre - A spectacular showcase comprising more than 20 galleries, The Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia Art Gallery is the world’s first major gallery exclusively dedicated to Australian art.

  • Entrance Fee Nil (Extra charge for special exhibitions)

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180 St Kilda Rd, Melbourne VIC 3006, Australia