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The Museum of Brisbane: A Guide to Our City’s History and Culture

The Museum of Brisbane is your go-to guide to the city’s history and culture, from prehistoric Aborigines to the future of technology. From natural history to anthropology, architecture to art, the museum has it all. The museum is located in a range of buildings throughout the city, from a natural history museum in the CBD, to a space that explores the city’s history and culture through architecture. The museum offers a guided journey for discovering the way the city has evolved and its many cultural influences. This blog will help you navigate your way through the museum, from its 25 most popular exhibits, to different themes and collections, as well as its opening hours and contact details.

The Museum of Brisbane is located in QUT Gardens Point. The nearest train and bus stops are at South Bridge Road and Park Street, with tram stops at Victoria Bridge Road and Gardens Point. The museum is open daily 10am-5pm, with extended hours during school holidays. Go here.

The Discovering Nature collection provides you with a glimpse into the history of Queensland and the Australian environment, through specimens and interactive displays. It explores how the environment has shaped us and the incredible diversity of life on earth.  The collection includes the Koolimandla exhibition of Queensland’s Indigenous plants and animals, the Reef Encounter exhibition, which explores the variety of life in the Great Barrier Reef, and the Fire in the Bush exhibition which looks at the impact of fire on the environment.

The Telling Stories collection explores the cultural influence of Queensland and the importance of storytelling in our society. It explores the importance of stories in our lives, from narratives that impact our identities, to the stories of our past. The collection includes stories about Queensland and the stories that have shaped it.  The museum has a number of interactive exhibits that hold important stories, such as the Story of Us: The Story of Our Story, which tells the story of how stories are told in Queensland.

The Discovering Culture collection explores the history and culture of Queensland, from the earliest settlements to modern society. It explores how our diverse society is built on the traditions and values of the people of the state. The collection includes multicultural exhibitions, telling stories about Queensland and its diversity.  The museum has a number of interactive exhibits that help you explore the history and culture of Queensland, such as the museum’s interactive timeline, where you can explore the history of Queensland through its key events, and the interactive map, which helps you navigate the state’s diverse landscapes. More info.

The Museum of Brisbane is a must-visit for anyone who wants to explore Brisbane’s culture and history from a different perspective. Whether you’re interested in museums, architecture, art, science, or history, this collection has something for you. If you’re visiting Brisbane or just want to learn more about the history and culture of the city, this museum is a great place to start.

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Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

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End: Queensland Maritime Museum

412 Stanley St, South Brisbane QLD 4101, Australia

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17/500 Seventeen Mile Rocks Rd, Seventeen Mile Rocks QLD 4073, Australia

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Level 3, Brisbane City Hall, 64 Adelaide St, Brisbane City QLD 4000, Australia

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