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Museum of Brisbane

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Museum of Brisbane
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Time Out says

The Museum of Brisbane is an impressive attraction from the get go. The museum is housed in Brisbane City Hall – the imposing neoclassical building next to the expansive King George Square. Take the lift up to level three to find the museum (you can't access it via stairs), which is dedicated to showcasing the art, stories, culture, history and talent of the Sunshine State's storied capital. In contrast to the 90-year-old heritage building it resides in, Museum of Brisbane is a contemporary space featuring five galleries – explore on your own, or book in for one of its tours. You can even take a free tour up to the very top of the clock tower, which was at one time the tallest building in Brisbane. Can't make it to the museum in person? Even those at home can enjoy one of its highlights – the spectacular Easton Pearson fashion archive – online via Google Arts and Culture.



Address: Brisbane City Hall
Lvl 3, 64 Adelaide St
Price: Free
Opening hours: Daily 10am-5pm
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