For 13 years now the Museum of Brisbane has represented and brought life to this historical city’s heart and soul. At the Museum of Brisbane you can visit and explore the city's historical figures, popular places, and famous stories that have made Brisbane the great city that it is today.
With free admission for all visitors 7 days a week (10am-5pm) you may as well have a visit! Be enriched and entertained by the interesting and exciting history that has contributed and made Brisbane throughout all the years. Located on level 3 of Brisbane's very own City Hall on the other side of King George Square, all exhibits at the Museum of Brisbane are available to the public, including the rooftop of City Hall where the Museum houses five artwork galleries, a theatrette, and the Dome Lounge. Grab some great bites at the Shingle Inn on City Hall's ground floor, a popular eatery for its unique cakes and friendly staff. The iconic Museum of Brisbane is a great day out and worthy of your curiosity!
Not far from the Museum of Brisbane we offer a wide variety of luxuriously smart rooms at our South Brisbane accommodation that will guarantee you a comfortable stay. At The Capitol Apartments be sure to be comfortable and feel at home, where all of our apartments boast smartly-furnished bed set-ups, fully equipped kitchens and your own laundry facilities, lounge areas with TV, and direct dial ISDN telephone and high-speed WiFi access in every room. We're just minutes away from all the best within bustling Brisbane. Explore South Bank, where you'll find the little pleasures and unique bustling atmosphere of Little Stanley Street. See what's going on at the Suncorp and Gabba Stadiums! As well as the Museum of Brisbane, why not pay a visit to the Queensland Gallery of Modern Art (GOMA) and the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre, which are both only a short stroll away. At our South Brisbane apartments you can guarantee to have all the most exciting Brisbane things to do and see at your fingertips!
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