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So much to see and fo here,great for learning, fantastic for families.
Very airy and pleasant place to visit great activities as well,with friendly staff.
On the day I visited it was overwhelming with visitors so it really was difficult to enjoy as it should...More
Having missed out the Pacific War at school I was glad to have been here and learnt quite a bit to fill in a few gaps. Brisbane must have been an extraordinary place with a garrison population larger than her own.
Visited with my family whilst on holiday. I am well-versed in military history and a former serviceman myself but was unaware that MacArthur ran the Pacific War from this location in Brisbane. This is a fabulous gem with loads of interesting stuff on display and...More
We visited on a Sunday morning and thoroughly enjoyed seeing the exhibits. Very informative including the short documentary on war time Brisbane. Loved seeing MacArthur’s office created. Well worth a visit when in Brisbane if you have an interest in history, Highly recommended.
Located at MacArthur Chambers Edward Street Brisbane. Not only a museum about General Douglas MacArthur but also tells the story of wartime Brisbane and the war in the Pacific. Excellent collection of historic artefacts with audio visual display. See MacArthur's original wartime office. Well worth...More
This is an interesting, but lesser known museum in the centre of Brisbane, at the MacArthur Chambers, on the corner of Queen and Edward Streets. It has limited opening hours: Only Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays from 10.00am to 3.00pm.
When you first enter the building,...More
Very interesting for those interested in history. It was great to learn so much about the IIWW from the Australian perspective and learn much about gen. MacArthur's day in Brisbane. The museum is open only 3 days a week and for short hours (10-14?). 1...More