Museum Of BrisbaneCurrently Closed
- Address: Lvl 3, City Hall, Brisbane City, Australia
- Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
- Phone: +61-0733390800
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Museum, Family And Kids, Sculpture
Museum Of Brisbane - Review
A great way to educate and acquaint yourself with the history and essence of Brisbane, this small Museum has an eclectic mix of sculpture, interactive communication and craftwork. There are a number of rotating exhibitions that take place in the museum representing local and international artistes.
Museum Of Brisbane Information
- Wheelchair access is available.
- Turn off mobile phones when in museum.
- No flash photography allowed.
- All exhibitions are free.
How To reach Museum Of Brisbane by Public Transport
- The museum is a 10 min walk from Roma and Central Stations.
Restaurants Near Museum Of Brisbane
- Shingle Inn and Red cross cafe at the City hall, Groove Train, Coffee Hit at King George sq.
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Museum Of Brisbane, Brisbane Reviews
What a hidden gem! Far less busy than the otherwise excellent Queensland Museum, this smaller facility is located on the Third Floor of City Hall. On our visit the had Convict History and the history and future of Brisbane. We were there on the school holidays so a large area was devoted to kids activities, but many of the exhibits are fun and interactive. On the ground floor the is a cafe too.
Guided tours are free and booking into one is a great way of learning about the city and its rich history. Clock tower tours were packed by the time I got there. The guide suggested to come earlier (latest by around 10am) to be able to get one.
The exhibition about the history of Brisbane is the only thing worth seeing since the Expo 88 display closed. Highlights include an incredible painting of the founding of Brisbane by convicts and a portrait of the city's namesake Sir Thomas Brisbane. The current "Life In Chains" exhibit is really disappointing as it is nothing more than architectural drawings. The clock tower your is the only other feature of interest but has only limited availability.
The Mao's Last Dancer exhibition was most enjoyable. The story and costumes were very interesting. The display on Brisbane was really good too. Parking nearby was inexpensive. I am going to do a tour of the Town Hall including the clock tower next time.
A properly good museum, and one that I take friends and family to when in town - a good background to the city. The view from above the clock is good, though the amount of skyscrapers does rather curtail what you can see.
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