The Henry Jones IXL Art and History TourThe Henry Jones Art Hotel

The Henry Jones IXL Art and History Tour

The convict built warehouses that accommodate our hotel span back to the earliest reaches of colonial settlement, and have stood witness to the cultural development of Hobart.

Through the rise and fall of various industries, and most notably as the home of Henry Jones’ IXL jam empire, our harbour side location has been central to Hobart and its people. Witness the continuing IXL legacy of community illustrated by our gallery of emerging Tasmanian artists, complimented by classic Glover landscapes and Glover prize winners.

Event dates

Event Details

Address:
25 Hunter Street, Hobart, Tasmania
Times:

2.00 p.m.

Entry fees:
By donation
Booking:
Prebooking requiredhistory@thehenryjones.com(03) 6210 7700
Attendance limit:
20 per session
Website:
thehenryjones.com
Onsite facilities:
Other things
you need to know:
Metered Street Parking Only

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