29

Aug

Lazy Sunday @ National Gallery of Victoria

Hooray! It’s Sunday again, but what to do? After you have had your much deserved sleep in and breakfast in bed. How about treating yourself to a little bit of fine art?

The National Gallery of Victoria is a relaxing way to spend an afternoon wondering through the  galleries of artworks from Australia and all over the world. Infact there is so much to see that they have spread it out over 2 locations. Which also means that a walk between the 2 can add to all the exercise you will be getting while trawling through the thousands of pieces of art the NGV has on offer!

The NGV international centre is located @ 180 St Kilda Rd and the Ian Potter Centre: NGV Australia can be found @ Federation Square.

If you would like more information about exibits currently showing you can check out the NGV website here.

Just for fun if you have a pedometer laying around the house you can take that along and see how many steps you can get in while going through the NGV. I would love to know your result.

Enjoy your Sunday!

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7 thoughts on “Lazy Sunday @ National Gallery of Victoria

  1. mudlark

    Nathan i cant think of anything more boring than going to the art gallery. I’d rather sprint up hill than go to the art gallery.

  2. mudlark

    Nathan i cant think of anything more boring than going to the art gallery. I’d rather sprint up hill than go to the art gallery.

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