Museum of Old and New Art
The Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) is the southern hemisphere’s largest privately funded museum, with its entire collection valued over 100 million Australian dollars (£53 million). It features contemporary art from owner David Walsh’s private collection, who has called it a “subversive adult Disneyland”. MONA is home to interesting works such as Untitled (bowl & fish) and Monkey Skeleton, which Walsh apparently bought when he was drunk. There are no labels on the walls at MONA; instead, there’s the O, a device that allows visitors to read about the art on display and listen to artist interviews. You can pick it up at the museum or download it as an app.