Museum of Brisbane


MoB Learn fosters the next generation of curious and creative thinkers through diverse, curriculum aligned experiences across the Humanities and Social Sciences, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Histories and Cultures, Visual Art, Design and Fashion.

Designed and facilitated by a trained Museum Educators, MoB Learn also includes unique access to objects, artists, historians, curators, conservators, and industry experts who guide experiential and inquiry-based learning.

Explore our range of resources and programs available below or contact us directly to collaborate on a tailored experience that responds directly to your group needs.

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MoB Learn Mondays

We are thrilled to announce that we are welcoming back school groups for Term 4!

MoB Learn Mondays will be trialled in Term 4 to provide a dedicated day for schools to book in for excursions at the Museum. From October 12 to December 7 the Museum will be closed to the general public on Mondays to allow school groups to safely visit the Museum and experience the exhibitions and educational programs on offer.

Limited spots available, contact to secure your booking.

MoB Learn Virtual

The MoB Learn Team been working hard behind the scenes to support student learning in a new, virtual format. You can now experience some of our most popular programs from the comfort of your classroom with MoB Learn Virtual.

Transport your students back in time for a virtual Brisbane Now and Then, including a live guided tour of City Hall and examination of historical objects.

Discover the roles of local government and democratic decision making of Councillors through a virtual tour of the Council Chambers within City Hall as part of our Civics and Citizenships program.

Immerse your students in a historically and culturally engaging experience from the perspectives of First Nations artists and storytellers with Living Cultures.

Explore Museum of Brisbane’s unique collection with White Gloves Experiences focused on World War II and Easton Pearson.

Facilitated by our team of highly skilled Museum Educators, each virtual session remains strongly aligned with the curriculum and content is carefully curated to suit your learning needs.

For the remainder of 2020 Museum of Brisbane will be offering virtual sessions for free! Contact to secure your booking.

MoB Learn Assist

To assist teachers and classes in this unprecedented time, Museum of Brisbane is offering free Education Kits for primary and secondary audiences. Mailed directly to you, each kit includes a range of digital resources, videos, materials, lessons exploring HASS, Visual Arts, Design and History to inspire and implement within your classroom.

If you think you qualify under the MoB Learn Assist scheme (rating of 1000 or less on ICSEA scale) or know of another teacher/school who may qualify, please contact

Museum of Brisbane’s Living Cultures Program is supported through the Australian Government’s Indigenous Languages and Arts program.