Read what other Viator.com travelers think about the Hobart City Sightseeing Tour Including MONA Admission. What they loved, what they liked and what they think could be improved, it's all here to help you make the most of your next trip.
I enjoyed this tour. Desk staff and driver was very friendly and knowledgeable. Thank you so much lovely time in Hobar.
A great way to see Hobart and the bus driver was witty and informative.
Our tour was fantastic as only my wife and I and one other person attended on this particular day. Our tour guide Alyce was delightful and very knowledgeable about areas of interest in Hobart. It was a relaxed morning and Alyce was happy to allow us to remain at each attraction for as long as we wished; so we did not feel rushed at any time. The trip to and from MONA by ferry was brilliant. It afforded magnificent views of the area along the Derwent River, accompanied by informative commentary from the skipper.
Highly recommended tour!
Totally enjoyed the experience...I think I would try to see the Mona Museum in the morning though. With so much to see more time could be spent there and it was very tiring.
A City Bus tour with outstanding commentary. Memorable ferry trip to MONA.
Staff couirteous and obliging.
TABLE TALK DINING
totally amazing day out, I just wish Viator had the Posh Pit on their itinerary, it looked like a great way to do the trip over
The whole Mona attraction was a wonderful experience. From the boat ride over to the museum itself. Amazing. Have already passed on to my friends the visitor guide brochure that will be travelling to Hobart later on this year. cheers
The best tour I have been!!! The City Sightseeing Tour was informative and MONA was just magical!!!!!
Very enjoyable tour and good value for the cost. Friendly and very informative tour bus driver. Highlight was the ferry trip to Mona and the brilliant gallery - not to be missed if visiting Hobart.
An excellent tour of the city followed by a trip on the MONA ferry on the Derwent River to MONA.
3hour city tour was great when you have a limited amount of time. Mona a spectacular building and location the modern art not my favourite.
The bus tour of Hobart is quite extensive and very informative, you get a good historical feel for the city and in a relativly short time you know where to find the places you would like to go back to and spend time at. The trip out to MONA..well in short, I doubt there are many return visitors, call me biased but there really should be something beautiful or inspirational in art.. the ferry ride was lovely and the most incredible piece of art is the gallery itself.
Tour leader informative with a good sense of humour. Knew his history of Hobart
Tour guide was great, shame the bus was quite bumpy. Museum was awesome albeit twisted
The tram tour was informative with a bit of history, humour and gave us an idea of the lay out of the city, just what we needed on our first day, it rained so knocked the edge off things.
Well MONA, now that was six star stuff, the ferry, you'd expect to sit on a row of seats where all the window seats were taken, we got a lounge bar on water and it didn't stop, this turnout is quality from head to toe. It is not for art philistines but I reckon even they would get something from this, it is done so well, there are no corners cut and a drone like me could do this at least twice, yes the I-pad thingany can be a little intimidating for the likes of me but this place is about acceptance. No "Do not touch" signs, it's all inclusive, it's bloody great.
Great tour guide who knew their stuff about Hobart. Loved Mona and the interactive displays.
Xuguang Alice G
Great way to get to know Hobart in very limit of time.The tour guide is very professional.I really enjoyed.
A good way to go if you want an overview of the whole city. Lots of beautiful things to see!!!
The Hobart City Sightseeing Tour was great and we learnt a lot about Hobart that we didn't know about before. One downside though was the fact that the website mentioned that there was a Hotel pickup but when we said about it we were told that we had to make our own way down to the dockside.
The boat trip to and from Mona was most enjoyable. It would have been good to have been told that there were 90 steps to go up to Mona as my husband has a bit of trouble getting around. Once inside Mona you have to go down to the bottom of the building and then make your way up to each floor by more steps. The exhibition itself though was most interesting.
I enjoyed the panoramic tour of Hobart. A sample at the Cascade Brewery should be included--it was not nice to tease the group by taking them to the outside of the building and not taking them inside for a short tour and tasting. What can I say about the MONA--it is definitely an acquired taste as it is a VERY different and strange museum!
Not really as described. We assumed that the timeframe outlined when we purchased the tickets was for the entire tour - only to find that the times were just for the city tour, and we still had to allow extra time to visit Mona afterwards. We therefore had to change our plans midway through the day to allow for this.
The converted tram that we rode in was awful - the poor driver did his best with it, but it was really tough around some of the corners and he was really battling to steer it. Did not do much to make us feel confident and safe...