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The National Gallery of Victoria, also commonly referred to simply as NGV, is the biggest, oldest, and most visited art museum in the Australian city of Melbourne. The NGV houses an impressive collection across two gallery locations – first is the NGV International, which is found on St. Kilda Road in Southbank’s Melbourne Art Precinct, and the other one is the Ian Potter Centre, situated at Federation Square.
Designed by Sir Roy Grounds, the NGV International facility opened in 1968 and is home to its international art collection. The building is also listed on the Victorian Heritage Register. Meanwhile, the newer Ian Potter Centre, designed by Lab Architecture Studio, was established in 2002. It houses the Australian collection of the facility, including works from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Island communities. These two galleries are a short walk away from each other, and guests can easily access both buildings.
The NGV’s impressive collection represents the world’s most significant art movements across various cultures. Aside from its permanent collections, The NGV also hosts temporary exhibitions, kids’ programs, films, talks, and other performances. The gallery is one of Melbourne’s top tourist destinations and one that you shouldn’t miss when in the city.
Fun fact: In 1986, Pablo Picasso’s The Weeping Woman was stolen from NGV by a group called “Australian Cultural Terrorists” as a sign of protest against the government’s alleged poor treatment of the arts. Two weeks later, the painting was recovered in its original state from a railway locker.
The National Gallery of Victoria is one of Melbourne’s crown jewels, welcoming millions of visitors annually. With its prime location, the gallery isn’t too far from some of the city’s other top attractions. Here are some of the top things to do in the area, as recommended by Bounce.
Take a street art tour and check out the city’s collection of fascinating street art
Stroll and take in the beautiful nature at the Royal Botanic Gardens
Catch an electrifying game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground
Visit Chapel Street and shop until you drop
Try out various foods and delicacies at Queen Victoria Market
Admire the historic Flinders Street Station, which is considered a city symbol
Enjoy the rides at Luna Park, a retro-style amusement park in St. Kilda
Celebrate the city’s multicultural background at the Immigration Museum
Observe a variety of animals at the Melbourne Zoo
Visit the wonderful wineries found at the Yarra Valley region
PTV Metropolitan Bus (207, 251, 605)
PTV Metropolitan Trains
Circle City Tram (16, 48)
Whether you’re coming to Melbourne with only a few hours to spare for a business trip or you have a full itinerary planned for your holiday, there’s no need to drag your heavy luggage around with you. Store your things temporarily in one of Bounce’s locations near the National Gallery of Victoria to fully enjoy your visit. We have several local partners across key areas in Melbourne so that it is easy for you to drop off and secure your luggage while exploring the city.
Bounce knows how important it is to travel light, especially when you need to move from one place to another. We’ve teamed up with various local businesses and establishments to provide you with safe and convenient luggage storage. Download the Bounce app and search for the location that’s most convenient for you. Then, head over to the Bounce partner of your choice and drop off your luggage and other items.
Luggage Storage near Shrine of Remembrance
The Shrine of Remembrance is one of Melbourne’s best attractions and is frequented by locals and tourists regularly. The monument was established in 1924 to honor the 19,000 Victorians slain during World War I. The Shrine, which is reminiscent of prominent Greek structures such as the Acropolis and the Parthenon, features a number of memorials, including the Remembrance Garden, The Forecourt and the Gallipoli Memorial. Inside the shrine, visitors can find some military-related exhibits. Every 25th of April, on ANZAC Day, the shrine draws thousands of visitors to their dawn service. To make the most out of your visit to the Shrine of Remembrance, leave your things with Bounce.
Luggage Storage near Melbourne Museum
Located in the Carlton Gardens, the Melbourne Museum is a cultural and natural history museum and the biggest museum in the Southern Hemisphere. Founded in 2002, the museum is a project of the Government of Victoria. The facility is home to several interesting objects and relics, including dinosaur fossils, Aboriginal artifacts, and the preserved remains of Phar Lap, the most famous racehorse in Australia. Aside from its galleries, the Melbourne Museum also features unique spaces such as the “Curious?” area, where guests can converse with staff to answer questions about the museum’s collections. Other amenities at the museum include a café, gift shop, and the largest IMAX Theater screen in the world, which shows documentaries related to the museum’s contents. Melbourne Museum is widely considered one of Australia’s top museums; it was even named the “Best Tourist Attraction” in the 2011 Australian Tourism Awards. The museum reserves the right to inspect bags of guests and to prohibit oversized or large bags. To avoid any inconvenience, deposit your things at a Bounce location near the facility.
Luggage Storage near State Library Victoria
Whether you’re a bookworm, a history buff, an architecture enthusiast, or a combination of all three, you will definitely have a good time exploring the State Library Victoria, located in Melbourne’s Central Business District. Constructed in 1856, the 2-acre library is home to a collection of over 2 million books. Apart from that, you can also find various historical artifacts in the facility, including the suit of armor of notorious Australian outlaw Ned Kelly. The State Library Victoria is more than just a library; the building is one of Melbourne’s most historic landmarks and an example of impressive architecture in the city. The library is not responsible for any loss or damage, and guests are required to watch their personal belongings at all times. For a stress-free visit, drop off your things at a Bounce location before your visit.
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There are multiple locations in the National Gallery of Victoria area which can be booked through the Bounce platform including near Flinders Street, SEA LIFE Melbourne Aquarium, and Skybus Airport Shuttle and all over Melbourne.
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Yes, there are storage lockers and many other luggage drop off points in the National Gallery of Victoria area. Bounce has multiple luggage storage locations nearby National Gallery of Victoria and in the broader Melbourne area where you can conveniently store your luggage with full security and the $10,000 safekeeping gurantee.
The top-ranked middle to high-range hotels near National Gallery of Victoria are Crown Towers Hotel, Adara Collins Hotel, and Sebel Melbourne. When traveling on a budget, the best hostels near National Gallery of Victoria are United Backpackers, Flinders Station Hotel, and The Greenhouse Backpacker.
The most popular restaurants to visit when near National Gallery of Victoria are Chin Chin, Grossi Florentino, and Waterfront.
Check out the nearby Fitzroy Gardens, Docklands, and Queen Victoria Gardens.
While nearby, you can check out Old Melbourne Gaol, Melbourne Town Hall, and Immigration Museum.