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City / Spring Hill Museum of Brisbane

09A

Where

Level 3, Brisbane City Hall (entrances via King George Square or Adelaide Street)

When

SATURDAY AND SUNDAY // 10am to 6pm Guided tours and general access

Architects

Original architect: Hall & Prentice // Restoration: Tanner GHD

Year Built

1920-1930: Original construction // 2010-2013: Restoration

Museum of Brisbane is an oasis from the hustle of the city; a sleek, contemporary space boldly placed on the rooftop of the city’s premier heritage building.

Dedicated to celebrating the people, places and stories of our city, Museum of Brisbane presents an award-winning program of free exhibitions, workshops, tours, talks and children’s activities. We collaborate with the Brisbane community, particularly artists and creatives, to explore and document our evolving landscape, identity and character.

The Museum is also the keeper of City Hall’s rich heritage, and visitors can experience a bird’s eye view of Brisbane from the top of the iconic Clock Tower and learn the many stories and personalities behind City Hall during an insider’s tour.

On show over the Brisbane Open House weekend are current exhibitions Tastes like Sunshine, 100% Brisbane and Our Collection: Harvest to Hearth.

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Saturday Tour Times

Brisbane’s Abundant Food History tours, hourly 11am – 3pm // Clock Tower Tours (every 15 minutes from 10.15am to 5.45pm)

Sunday Tour Times

Brisbane’s Abundant Food History tours, hourly 11am – 3pm // Clock Tower Tours (every 15 minutes from 10.15am to 5.45pm)

Tour tip and other info

Kids can get hands-on and create their favourite fruit and veg in LEGO™ as part of the Tastes like Sunshine exhibition. Daily 10.30am – 2pm. FREE. Ages 4+

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