The National Art Gallery of Victoria

The National Gallery of Victoria is an art museum in Melbourne.

It was founded in 1861 and is Australia’s largest and art museum. It is also the most visited art museum in Australia.

The St Kilda Road building was designed by Sir Roy Grounds and opened in 1968. It houses an international art collection and is on the Victorian Heritage Register. The world’s largest stained-glass ceiling is in the Great Hall, designed by Australian artist Leonard French

The Ian Potter Centre opened in 2002 and houses the Australian art collection.

If you are an art lover, then this is the art museum to visit at Southbank, Melbourne.