National Gallery of Victoria

National Gallery of Victoria | Melbourne CBD | Melbourne

The National Gallery of Victoria is the oldest and largest public art museum in Australia. Located in Melbourne’s CBD, the NGV offers viewers a diverse range of different styles of art. The art museum has also hosted a number of international and nation-wide known exhibitions which have all been truly amazing. At the National Gallery of Victoria you will find an encyclopaedic collection of art. There are two different collections showcased. The Australian Collection which features Aboriginal art, colonial painting, impressionist paiting, 20th century, modern and contemporary art from Australia. The International Collection includes a larger range of art showcased, including historical and modern European painting, fashion and textitles, photography, prints and drawings, Asian art, decorative arts, Meosamerican art, sculptures, antiquities, contemporary art and Pacific art. Which such a great range of different pieces to see and enjoy, the National Gallery of Victoria is an experience that you will never forget.

National Gallery of Victoria
Address:   180 St Kilda Road, Melbourne CBD, Melbourne
Phone:      03 8620 2220
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National Gallery of Victoria

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National Gallery of Victoria -37.822501, 144.969130 National Gallery of Victoria 180 St Kilda Road, Southbank, Melbourne Phone: 03 8620 2222
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