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Museum of Brisbane is located on Level 3 of the newly restored Brisbane City Hall. Our story is Brisbane's story - the lives of those who lived here, the events that have shaped our history and the places that we hold dear. As a museum dedicated to...more
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Wonderful city place to visit. Cute 30s coffee place then view the architecture of City Hall tour the clock tower and now see the stunning Easton and Pearson fashion archive exhibition. Great way to spend an afternoon
If you don’t know much about Brisbane’s history, this museum is an excellent starting point. It’s free and very informative. Some of the galleries were closed when we were there, but that’s to be expected with museums when they change exhibits. Great gift shop!
I went to the museum to see the convict history exhibit. Unfortunately, that ended before I got there. It's a small museum that has bell tower tours, but don't go on a hot day as the ancient elevator doesn't work in high heat, so no...More
I have lived in Brisbane most of my life and it was only recently that I went into the Museum of Brisbane. It was fantastic to see the displays that they have in there and learn more about this city I call home.
It's a great museum and housed in the beautiful City Hall which was renovated a few years ago. Great displays and interaction. Very informative. They don't like you bringing a back pack as I had travelled from the Sunshine Coast for the day by train...More
This is a cute little museum with some nice displays. Especially liked the one at the start showing the map of the city and some of its landmarks and the ones with the Aboriginal stories and history. Well maintained and worth a visit if you...More
We had a camp for children with disabilities and the museum staff were fantastic not only on the day but also in the lead up to the event. Trying to organise so many children was difficult but they assisted us in all ways they could....More
This is a free walk through time, your very own TARDIS machine! The information is very well collected, informative and respective of the traditional owners, it is located in the revamped Town Hall which it self is a fascinating visit. Don't miss this, great on...More
Ever-changing exhibits of local history & culture. I have seen some amazing exhibits, extremely informative, educational & interactive. Watch short films, shop for local gifts, take a tour, talk to the knowledgeable & friendly staff.
Go up the clock tower & combine your visit with...More