The entrance was beautiful with the leaves changing colour in the vineyard.
One of my favourite things was the waterfall of words. Every couple of seconds water would drop, displaying a different word. I could've stayed there all day just watching it.
At the entrance they give you an iPod and it tracks where you are in the museum and you can click on the different displays and gives you more information about the display, as well as an audio recording about it. This pen drew by using the power of the wind outside.
Go Back To Where You Came From' on catch up TV, as I just want to learn as much as I can about the students I am teaching and what their background may have been like. I loved the series and could've spent all day sitting in this room listening to the stories.
We also loved the white library. Even though every book was white, you were still drawn in to want to touch and look at each separate book on the shelf.
We didn't actually see all of it, and some rooms we weren't sure about going in (like the 'death room') but we really enjoyed it. There were some things that were just really weird, but I guess that's art. The boys actually asked if we could go back on the way home, so we will have to go again another time we are back in Hobart, as the exhibitions are always changing.