Discover a range of activities, suitable for the whole family at Brisbane Open House this year!

Play lego and visit the kids activity zone at the Brisbane Powerhouse. On Sunday, this will also be the place to create a collage as part of It Takes a Village!

Take a civic tour of Brisbane City Hall, Government House and Parliament House.

Plunge in for a swim at Centenary Pool and Spring Hill Baths

Enjoy a hit of croquet at Merthyr Croquet Club.

Immerse yourself in history and culture at the Miegunyah House Museum, Museum of Brisbane, Newstead House, Sculptors Queensland and the Queensland Police Museum.

Awe at the fire trucks and state of the art facilities at Roma St Fire Station

Help us create a Village Love Map at the New Farm Library.

John Paul College’s Chamber Ensembles will be present music at various locations throughout Thomas Dixon Centre.

Visit a range of ecclesiastical buildings including Ann Street Presbytarian Church, City Tabernacle Baptist Church and St John’s Cathedral

Bring along an instrument and play some music with the Queensland Youth Orchestras at the Old Museum!

Step back in time and have a slice of cake at Shingle Inn City Hall

Watch the tug boats in action at the Svitzer Tug Base.

Join a sewing bee and discover some of Brisbane’s most beautiful colonial past at Wolston House.


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