Everyone needs a ticket to visit the museum—even if you're Tasmanian. Bookings essential.



Friday–Monday, 12-4pm


Friday–Sunday, from 6pm

Bit of an experiment: a cavernous, light-drenched bar / restaurant built into the museum and suspended over the river. Fancy food (currently inspired by our Tomas Saraceno exhibition), art available to order off the menu, the possibility of someone playing an oud nearby, extremely large windows, and so on.

Please email bookings@mona.net.au to arrange a group booking of more than 8 people.

Bookings available 28 days in advance. Faro is closed for maintenance from Tuesday 27 June until Thursday 27 July. Have a look at our other food and drink-y options here.

Bookings do not include entry to the museum. You'll probably be too busy eating, anyway.

Faro—as a dining experience—does contain slightly more ambient performance / music than your average meal out. For more information and nitty-gritty stuff about Faro, see here.