Queensland Museum South Bank has temporarily closed for renovations.
We have temporarily closed to the public to undertake essential building works to ensure that your visitor experience continues to be one of surprise, wonder and delight. We look forward to welcoming you into our exciting new space after Christmas, in time to celebrate our 150th anniversary year in 2012. Other Museums in the Queensland Museum network, the Museum of Tropical Queensland, Cobb + Co and The Workshops Rail Museum are still open as usual. For more information, visit our website.
The Queensland Museum is an innovative, exciting and accessible museum of science, the environment and human experience of international standing. Admission is free except for special temporary exhibitions.
Through excellence in communication, collection, interpretation and research, the Museum displays bring significant times, people and places to life. The exhibitions say something about who we are in terms of our environment. At the Queensland Museum South Bank one can learn about the past, understand the present and prepare for the future.
This fascinating museum of cultural history and science tells the changing story of Queensland. Walk under a whale, discover dinosaurs, and see the State''s marine reptiles and much, much more.Visit Website
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