This is a small museum, which shows the history of Brisbane and provides some interesting information. In the future, I hope that there will be more exhibits, including real objects or reproductions, that can show the way of life of early settlers and local aborigines. There is a lot to read here, but there is not so much to read for people who have no literary heritage.
On our tour list, this museum is an alternative, only used to fill the free time of train and flight transfers, but it is really a great museum! The exhibits cover small insects and large marine life, as well as Australian animals, which are very interesting. The cafe is clean, charges are reasonable, and there is luggage storage. This is a wonderful and interesting tour.
There are no works of top-notch masters in the art gallery. They are all local art works in Australia. The museum is free of charge like the art gallery. The museum is more attractive. There are various realistic animal specimens and a giant dinosaur skeleton. A large specimen of octopus that scary big-eyed thief is scary
Good way to spend the afternoon.We started the morning with a tour of the City Hall building. Then headed up stairs to view the Museum. And have enjoyed 2 different displays there. We also checked out the Clock tower tour.
This free museum, located on the third floor of Brisbane's City Hall, houses both permanent and temporary exhibits, and is very approachable. During our recent visit, the two featured exhibits were "Ink Remix" (a temporary show of contemporary art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong) and "100% Brisbane: Everybody has a Story to Tell" (an elaborate, modern, interactive exhibit featuring the lives of 100 people currently living in Brisbane, as well as activities/exhibits related to the history of the area). The museum has a small, but very nice gift shop.
Go up the tower and get a nice 360 degree view of the city center. They often have additional exhibits that vary in quality, some are free whereas others may have an entry fee.
The Museum of Brisbane is located on the third floor of Brisbane City Hall. It opened in October 2003. It is open to the public from 10 am to 5 pm every day for free. The museum exhibits all aspects through oil paintings, photos, and videos. The history of Brisbane, with a special introduction to the Brisbane River, to help tourists better understand the city. There is also an interactive place for tourists to record for 60 seconds, called the memory of Brisbane, which can be recorded Share your story about Brisbane with everyone.