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Heide Museum of Modern Art

03 9850 1500

Heide Museum of Modern Art, or Heide as it is affectionately known, began life in 1934 as the Melbourne home of John and Sunday Reed and has since evolved into one of Australia's most unique destinations for modern and contemporary Australian art. Located just twenty minutes from the city, Heide boasts fifteen acres of beautiful gardens, three dedicated exhibition spaces, two historic kitchen gardens, a sculpture park and the Heide Store.

Café Vue at Heide, located in the sculpture plaza opposite the main entrance of the museum, serves coffee, breakfast and a delicious lunch-time menu that focuses on seasonal produce grown in the kitchen garden.

Visit the website for information on the exhibitions and programs and to discover the museum's fascinating history.

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Price & booking

Cost

Type Valid Entry cost
Senior
Access to all areas.
23/11/13 - 31/12/15 $14.00
Concession
Access to all areas.
23/11/13 - 31/12/15 $12.00
Adult
Access to all areas. Children under 12 years old and Heide Members are free.
23/11/13 - 31/12/15 $16.00

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Facilities:
  • Bicycle rack
  • Café
  • Car park
  • Guide
  • Picnic area
  • Restaurant - licensed
  • Sheltered area
  • Shop
Activities:
  • Art and craft
  • Shopping
Disabled access:
A wheelchair is available for use and can be requested from the Heide III information desk, in the main entrance to the museum.Heide I and Heide III buildings are accessible by wheelchair. To discuss access to other areas of the site, please call.Disabled parking is available in both the upper and lower car parks. They advise visitors with impaired mobility to park in the lower car park for easy access to Heide III (entry via Banksia Park, 5 Templestowe Road).