Museums - There are several really interesting
museums in Brisbane and a visit to some of them is
well worth it. Here we set down a few for you to choose
from. Although Brisbane is not known for its museum,
it is worth a visit to one if you want to get to know
the history and culture of Brisbane City.
Some of the museums in Brisbane are free entry.
1) Queensland Museum
Corner Grey and Melbourne Streets
Telephone (+61) 07 3846 1918
Uncover the interesting facts of natural history, of science and human achievement. Have a huge dinosaur skeleton on display. A beautiful dinosaur garden and a whale exhibition. Free Entry.
2) Queensland Maritime Museum
Corner of Stanley and Sidon Streets
Telephone (+61) 07 3844 5361
Home to World War II frigate the Diamantina and the 1925 steam tug Forceful. Dozens of other interesting nautical relics and memorabilia.
3) Museum of Brisbane
Ground Floor Brisbane City Hall
King George Square
Telephone (+61) 07 3403 8888
Located in the heart of Brisbane. It is heritage-listed. Have ionic columns and clock tower. A consist of social history, visual art and sculpture display. Free Entry.
4) Queensland Military Memorial Museum
28 Church Street
Telephone (+61) 07 3852 3565
Display history of Queensland and Commonwealth defence forces. Tour available, need prior arrangement.
5) Queensland Polices Museum
200 Roma Street, Brisbane
Telephone (+61) 07 3364 6432
Discover the world of law and order of Brisbane. Display history of Queensland Police from 1864 to present day. Learn about infamous Brisbane crimes and also an opportunity to put your detective skill to test. Free entry.