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1384.6 - Statistics - Tasmania Culture and the Arts Museums and art galleries, 2005  
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During the 12 months before interview in 2002, attendance rates for Tasmanians visiting museums ranged from 37.8% of those aged 35-44 years to 15.6% of those aged 75 years and over. For art galleries, the highest attendance rates were for those aged 45-54 years (33.0%); the lowest rates were for those aged 75 years and over (11.4%).

An estimated 32.2% of Tasmania’s population aged 18 years and over visited a museum (compared with the national figure of 25.0%) while 27.3% visited an art gallery in the 12 months before interview in 2002 (compared with the national figure of 24.9%).

ATTENDANCE AT ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS,
By Age, Tasmania - 2002
Graph showing attendance at art galleries and museums, by age, in Tasmania in 2002





This section contains the following subsection :
        The Tasmanian Museum and Art Gallery
        Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery

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