About the SHOP

Every purchase supports The Johnston Collection.

Our SHOP is an exquisite emporium of over 1,500 products of every colour, size and price.

Our SHOP offers products, publications, and gifts inspired by TJC and our program of exhibitions, lectures and 400 years of art from around the world. Online and onsite in Melbourne - we help bring life to art and art to lives, every day.

Our SHOP responds to different sources of inspiration from across the collections of TJC and includes exclusive items only available through us.

Combined with this, is a broad range of inexpensive but inspiring ideas to suit all ages and pockets. A wide range of books, cards, stationery, craft, ceramics, design, textiles, and accessories are selected from all over the world. We love to feature leading makers and writers like William Morris and Jane Austen

In addition, our range of publications is devoted to books and provides a destination store for specialists, students and general readers alike, over a choice of many hundreds of titles. We offer a full range of our own publications: a justly renowned list featuring fairhall magazine that highlights the research, collections and exhibitions of TJC.

Every purchase supports TJC’s collection, study, conservation, and presentation of 400 years of art and design.

Members of The Friends receive 10% off year-round at the Shop.

If you are planning a trip to The Johnston Collection, please check our VISIT section for hours and booking information.

Our online Shop is open at all times. The onsite SHOP at TJC is not generally open to the public unless you are attending a tour of the museum. However, it is possible to book an appointment to visit by contacting visitorservices@johnstoncollection.org

Can't find what you're looking for?

We are happy to take orders over the phone on +61 3 9416 2515 or email hello@johnstoncollection.org

The Johnston Collection acknowledges the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation as the traditional custodians of the land on which we meet, exhibit and celebrate art and heritage.