Melbourne's Must Visit Art Spaces
Often referred to as the Cultural Capital of Australia, Melbourne’s art scene is renowned for its vibrancy and individuality.
Discover your inner art critic with these incredible must visit art spaces in Melbourne
The National Gallery of Victoria, popularly known as the NGV, was founded in 1861 making it Australia's older, largest and most visited public Gallery. Hosting blockbuster exhibitions and one of the world’s finest art collections, the NGV exhibits a wide range of spectacular artworks from around the world and it a must see in Melbourne.
ACMI - Australian Centre for the Moving Image
Situated in the heart of Melbourne at Federation Square, ACMI is Australia's only national museum of film, video games, digital culture and art. ACMI brings the world of the moving image to life with hands-on workshops, live panel forums, exhibitions and screenings.
Anna Schwarts Gallery
The impressive Anna Schwartz opened her Flinders Lane gallery in 1986 and has represented some of the country's most respected contemporary artists.
Centre for Contemporary Photography
Supporting innovative photographers since 1986, this non-for-profit gallery is considered Fitzroy's premier exhibition space. The CCP exhibits a range of works from emerging and established photographers and still holds photography courses for beginners and those wanting to further their skills if you have a passion for the art of photography.
Heide Museum of Modern Art
Located in the Melbourne suburb of Bulleen, the Heide Museum of Modern Art has had a flourishing history since the property was purchased in 1934. This creatively renovated farmhouse has attracted some of the most prolific figures in Australian art and culture and has since become one of the most respected houses of modern art in Australia. In addition to the museum, the public also has access to the beautiful fifteen acres of garden which boast an eclectic selection of herbs and vegetables.