Culture buffs will enjoy the historic offerings of Hobart, the chief city in Tasmania. It is home to various sites that relate the grandeur of Australia’s past. The Somerset on the Pier Hobart is nestled on the scenic waterfront, and is an exclusive choice for Hobart accommodation. Discerning visitors will enjoy these stylish, modern serviced apartments Hobart has to offer, situated close to great shopping and the finest dining and entertainment in the city. The iconic Anglesea Barracks is a short drive from here, and provides visitors with a glimpse into the grand bygone era of Australia’s military. In 2011, it celebrated 200 years of being the oldest, operational barracks and is famed for its cultural and historic significance and houses impressive canons and armaments from the nineteenth and early twentieth century. The old jail within the complex houses the military museum, which features items from the colonial period when the British Army occupied the barracks with a special focus on Tasmanian service men and women. It is truly worth a visit for the journey transporting one back into Tasmania’s colonial era. The barracks is currently home to various military units such as the Royal Tasmania Regiment and the Army Personnel Agency, the Royal Navy Headquarters and the Australian Army Band, to name a few. The Anglesea Barracks is well worth a visit to present visitors with the stately dignity of Australia’s finest.