Jan 12th 2015 10:43am
The Museum of Brisbane is a museum with a different prospective, rather than housing ancient fossils and bones, the Museum of Brisbane is part of the living history of the city. It examines the city and its people evolve with time and reveals how individual and collective stories form the milestones of the city.
Located on top of the restored Brisbane City Hall, Brisbane's premier heritage building. The museum houses five galleries, a theatrette, and the Dome Lounge.
Current exhibitions and activities on offer include: City hall Tours (daily, free), David Malouf and Friends (ends Jan 26th 2015), The River A history of Brisbane (ongoing), Costumes from the Golden Age of Hollywood (ends 24th May 2015), City Hall & Clock Tower Tours (daily, free). For further information visit the website on the link below.
The Museum of Brisbane is open from 10am to 5pm daily, general admission is free. Level 3, City Hall, 64 Adelaide Street Brisbane City.
You can walk to Museum of Brisbane from your accommodation at Oxygen Apartments, Spring Hill Brisbane in just 10 minutes.
Oxygen Apartments offer a selection of 1, 2 and 3 bedroom self-contained apartments just a short walk from Brisbane CBD.
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