This exhibition was well displayed. Introductory film filled in the background. Artifacts were amazing..so good that they had been kept safe.
My son had a school excursion to the QLD museum & i ask him to ask his teacher if i could go too & help out . They agreed & what a great day it was . I have not been there since i was in high school myself & had forgotten how interesting museum's can be . We where... More
Look, if you like museums Queensland Museum won't disappoint you. Entry is free (except for the special events) and you can easily make it part of the whole Southbank things as it's right there alongside QPAC, GOMA and the Queensland Art Gallery.
A really good layout over several floors with plenty to learn about local and Australian history. Something for everyone and there will still be more to see next visit.
I had fairly low expectations of the museum, but wow, it's better than the National Museum in Canberra. QLD is really the dinosaur capital of Australia and if you're into big fossils you can find them here. A great place to spend an afternoon if you're looking to get out of the sun.
I visited with 2 young children and we all had a wonderful time! Lots of things for them to see and do. We had a yummy lunch at the cafe and spent quite a while at playasaurous area on the bottome level. My only suggestion would be - it would be nice if the staff were just a little bit... More
Old style museum with some nice bits of local colour. Aboriginal exhibition best bit. Lacks some of the kit and interactivity of other more modern museums.
One of the most amazing exhibitions I have seen. My partner and I were totally blown away by the detail of the exhibits, This was an after dark exhibition by the museum - what a fantastic idea. Music, food and insight to the country's history and present day culture
We enjoyed the museum with its excellent dioramas etc of natural history of Queensland. Open feeling. Modern building. Excellent auditorium with good acoustics. Excellent value.
This is a great place to spend a day. With or without kids, the entertainment is first class. The current Afghanistan exhibition is sobering - all that history in a place that is being bombed to obliteration! May we learn from history. Pop across to the Art Gallery - current exhibition focuses on California - great for baby boomers but... More
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