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Salamanca Arts Centre is a unique and vibrant community of artist studios, galleries, venues, retail outlets, arts organisations and public spaces. Home to several galleries, including the Long Gallery, the Sidespace Gallery, Kelly's Garden (an...more
Hours Today: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
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Suggested duration: 2-3 hours
77 Salamanca Place, Hobart, Tasmania 7000, Australia
All reviews local artists shops selling great art on display for sale huon pine worth a visit take your time saturday morning fresh produce couple of hours battery point galleries salamanca market pottery gifts
I enjoyed the markets. I didn't enjoy all the other people there though - a cruise ship had arrived that morning and the markets were thronging. I was told that it was a quiet day?? Gees I'm glad I wasn't there on a busy day....More
We were disappointed in the Salamanca Market on the Saturday, so we visited the arts centre during the week and found great Tasmanian crafts to buy. Very helpful, with packing our purchases so they wouldn’t get broken on the journey home
Oh, if you're a world traveler, you've seen markets like this EVERYWHERE in the world. There is nothing/Nothing that spectacular about this market in my humble opinion. I went on Saturday and I would suggest that you stay away unless you love huge cruise ship...More
It is simply a must do. The art is great (love it or hate it) but it is real. When you see that the whole place is cut into the bedrock of a mountain it is just fabulous. There is a bar on the lowest...More
The buildings where the Arts Centre are located were apparently purchased by the Tasmanian Government in 1976 and leased to the Community and Art Centre Foundation for 99 years at a peppercorn rent for the promotion of the arts in both Hobart and Tasmania.
Salamanca Arts Centre oozes in Australian History. Formally old warehouses , later created into the cultural hub of Tasmania. There are numerous Art Galleries, craft shops, exhibitions, music and theatre performances.
Response from SalamancaArtsCentre | Property representative |
Yes, you can take photos for person use throughout Salamanca Arts Centre.
However there may be some exhibitions where this is not allowed.
If in doubt, please ask the gallery sitters for that particular exhibition.