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Turner from the Tate will be a timed ticket exhibition.  Tickets are sold in half hour sessions from 10am and are on sale now online via
  • Or by phoning 132 849
  • at the Gallery information desk open 10 am - 5 pm daily
  • Transaction fees from $4.95 apply.
  • Adult / Concession $25 / $20
    Child (7-16 yrs) $6
    Family / Family Concession * $55 / $45
    NGA Member (Adult / Family *) $16 /  $37
    Premium** (Adult / NGA Member) $50 / $45
    * 2 Adults + 2 children ** Early viewing on Sat or Sun (9am).

    Admission details

  • Open 1 Jun 2013 – 8 Sep 2013
  • 10.00 am – 5.00 pm every day
  • Contacts

    • General information +61 2 6240 6411
    • For visitors with mobility difficulties +61 2 6240 6411
    • General email enquiries information@nga.gov.au
    • Membership - 1800 020 068

Make the most of your exhibition experience without the crowds. Breakfast package is also available in the Gallery Café overlooking the Sculpture Garden.

Breakfast at 8am | Exhibition session at 9am

Image detail: J.M.W. Turner Peace – Burial at sea exhibited 1842 oil on canvas Tate, accepted by the nation as part of the Turner Bequest 1856 Photo: © Tate, 2013

Packages

Enjoy a casual English style Ploughman’s lunch served with a beverage in the Turner Tea Room before you attend the exhibition.

Lunch at 12.30pm | Exhibition session at 2pm

High Tea is an English institution served with traditional small sandwich selections and a number of sweet treats. View the exhibition and then relax afterwards in the Turner Tea Room.

Exhibition session at 1.30pm | High Tea at 3pm

An informative introduction to Turner from the Tate: The Making of a Master including an after hours viewing of the exhibition.

Tuesdays 4 June – 9 July | 5.30 – 7.30pm

Become a member. All NEW adult memberships receive a free exhibition ticket. Enjoy the full range of membership benefits .

Coming from out of town?

See the Visit Canberra website for accommodation and exhibition package deals.

 


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