TarraWarra Museum of Art

Free experience
TarraWarra Museum of Art

What you can expect

Displaying amazing collections of art from the second half of the twentieth century through to the present day, TarraWarra Museum of Art is a great cultural experience and a must-see for visitors to the area. This not-for-profit institution has been sharing beautiful collections with the public since 2003, originally displaying the founders, Eva and Marc Besen’s personal collection. The collection features a range of Australian artworks dating back to the 1950s and internationally informed art, some gifted by artists and individuals. The museum is constantly featuring a range of exhibitions, past exhibits have included The Triumph of Modernism, showing 60 iconic works from 26 modern Australian artists, and Earth and Sky a display of earthly bark paintings. The TarraWarra Museum of Art is open to the public for a small entry fee.


What you need to know

  • Entry fee
  • Kids (under 12 years) FREE
  • Adults $12
  • Seniors $10
  • Pensioners/Students $8 Getting there
  • Approx. 1 hour drive from city, off Melba Highway B300
  • Bus route 685 Lilydale to Healesville via Yarra Glen
Great art display
Showcasing modern collections
Relatively new gallery
Artworks dating back to the 50s
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