Being one of the most visited places in Brisbane, the museum has many knowledge acquiring activities that will keep you occupied all day.
Opened in October 2003, the Museum of Brisbane calls the ground floor of the City Hall its home. The Brisbane City Gallery was in the space the museum is in now and when the City Hall was going through renovations, the museum was shifted to Ann Street temporarily and is back at its base now.
As it is housed inside the Brisbane City Hall, the museum attracts all types of visitors throughout the year, be it history buffs or people who just want to stroll through it to pass the time. Hotels in Brisbane city are mostly located around the vicinity and the major attractions in Brisbane are not too far from city hotels like Oaks Festival Towers, for instance.
The collection in the museum has about 5,000 artefacts, which includes the work of both local and international artists. Historical items, ceramic works of art and many more displays in the galleries show you what ancient and modern Aussie is all about.
When to go
The museum is open to viewing from 10am to 7pm every day and there is no entry fee.
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