Museum of Brisbane
On 6 April 2013, Museum of Brisbane will re-open in a purpose-built gallery sitting atop the newly restored City Hall.
Rather than a museum of fossils and old bones, Museum of Brisbane is part of the living history of the city, examining how Brisbane and its people continue to change over time and revealing how each of our individual and collective stories are the milestones of the city’s evolution. The Museum explores seemingly ordinary people and places of Brisbane to uncover unexpected and fascinating stories.
Museum re-opening 6 April, 2013
Museum of Brisbane opened in October 2003, replacing the existing Brisbane City Gallery, on the ground floor of City Hall. In 2010, when City Hall closed for restoration, the Museum temporarily relocated to Ann Street. In its 10 years, more than three million visitors have enjoyed more than 120 exhibitions.
Reopening in April 2013 in a purpose-built gallery on Level 3, Museum of Brisbane is the jewel in the crown of the revitalised City Hall, offering intriguing views of two of the buildings most beautiful features - the clock tower and copper dome.