QVMAG is Launceston’s home of art, science, and history, spanning across two unique locations — the Museum at Inveresk and the Art Gallery at Royal Park. Explore the archives of history through permanent exhibitions such as the Guan Di Temple, learn about the culture of Tasmania through The First Tasmanians: Our story exhibition, and get up close and personal with some of the most fascinating species from years past and present with the Tasmanian Connections gallery including dinosaurs, thylacines, sea creatures and more!
Across both the Museum and Art Gallery a range of temporary exhibitions are hosted featuring works from a range of disciplines — you’ll always find a new adventure waiting for your delegates through the doors of the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery.
The Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery offers a series of unique spaces for corporate events within a converted 19th-century railway workshop at the historic Inveresk precinct. Set within the Queen Victoria Museum features a number of venue spaces including a 60-seat Auditorium and private Meeting Room. The Temporary Exhibition Gallery is suited to large gatherings, trade shows and can be decorated to suit the event.
The museum houses natural sciences and history collections in a mix of industrial heritage and state-of-the-art exhibition spaces.