Today we made a trip to the new MoMa Market at the Mona Museum and Moorilla Winery – full details of the market and what you can expect below.
We had some very nice goat for lunch along with some Captain Bligh Cider.
Here’s a short video of the market, including the band playing in the background. The grass bank with beanbags is a great place to enjoy lunch or a drink.
What is the MoMa Market?
Up until Easter people in Tasmania will have the opportunity to check out a wonderful produce-based market on the roof of the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) each Saturday.
While the unique location helps make this a great afternoon out, it is the quality of the goods on offer that really stands out at MoMa.
Growers and supplies from the Derwent Valley, greater Hobart and other parts of regional Tasmania come together to present local organic and sustainable produce for visitors to sample and buy.
Tasmania is renowned for being home to some of the finest fruit, vegetables, meat, seafood and wine in the world.
MoMa is an eclectic mix of food, art, environment and some unexpected treats thrown in by the organisers.
With workshops, art installations and a superb selection of tasty food all in the one place, what better way is there to spend a weekend in the island state?
You can find MoMa at Berriedale, Hobart between 12:30 and 17:30 – and with free entry it is an ideal event for the whole family.
(Description of MoMa Market courtesy of Discover Tasmania
Tasmania is certainly getting a lot of good markets.
Have you been to the MoMa market yourself? Post a comment and let us know what you thought.