Closed December 25
140 George Street
Sydney NSW 2000
Open daily from 10am–5pm, you can also see contemporary art after dark every Wednesday when the galleries, Cafe and Store are all open until 9pm. Closed 25 December.
The MCA is committed to making its programs and services accessible to everyone and welcomes all visitors. See the access page for more information.
Free daily guided tours and a downloadable app introduce you to the MCA’s Collection, exhibitions and activities.
The MCA’s team of knowledgeable MCA Hosts are always on hand to provide further information and artwork insights.
Information for groups wishing to visit the MCA including how to book a group visit can be found on the Guided Tours Page.
The MCA Australia app has audio and artwork guides, curator and artist interviews, and information on upcoming events. Download the app before you come, and bring your headphones:
The MCA is located on Circular Quay West, Sydney. It is easily accesible by public transport.
FERRY: Circular Quay Terminal
TRAIN: Circular Quay Station
BUS: Circular Quay or George Street
CAR: Wilson Car Park Stations at 155 George Street (wheelchair accessible) and 35 Pitt Street
Important travel information
Transport for NSW is building a new light rail. Road closures along northern sections of George Street mean roads surrounding MCA will be exceptionally busy. Allow extra time when travelling by car, especially during the AM and PM peak and use the city’s preferred driving routes.
For the latest information on traffic conditions visit livetraffic.com or download the Live Traffic NSW App.
Alternatively, public transport could be a more reliable way of traveling to and from MCA. To plan your trip, visit transportnsw.info
For more information on the Light Rail project, visit sydneylightrail.com.au.
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