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Learning is at the heart of Museum of Brisbane. Extend your skills and knowledge through creative-led experiences and learn more about our city!

Access

Welcome to Museum of Brisbane (MoB). We offer a range of programs that engage diverse audiences.

On-site Access

Museum of Brisbane is accessible via the King George Square foyer in Brisbane City Hall. After entering the foyer, turn right and take the lifts up to Level 3.

Social Story

Visitors are invited to use our Social Story to ensure they have a safe and enjoyable visit to Museum of Brisbane.

View the Social Story

Sensory Map

Visitors are invited to download the Museum’s sensory map.

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Sensory Considerations
  • Museum of Brisbane is a temperature controlled environment. For patrons with temperature sensitivity, we recommend bringing jumpers or blankets.
  • Museum of Brisbane exhibitions and events often include sound works. For patrons with auditory sensitivity, we recommend bringing noise cancelling equipment.
Wheelchair Access
  • Museum of Brisbane and City Hall are wheelchair accessible.
  • Unfortunately, the Clock Tower is not wheelchair accessible.
  • Wheelchairs and wheeled walkers are available free of charge for use when visiting Museum of Brisbane. To secure a booking, please contact the City Hall information desk between 9:00am and 5:00pm on 07 3014 4702.
Pram Access
  • Museum of Brisbane and City Hall are accessible for prams.
  • Unfortunately, the Clock Tower is not accessible for prams.
  • Patrons are welcome to park their prams at the reception desk or use them throughout the gallery space.
  • Single prams are available for hire free of charge for use when visiting Museum of Brisbane. To secure a booking, please contact the City Hall information desk between 9:00am and 5:00pm on 07 3014 4702.
Breastfeeding and Baby Changing Tables
  • Parents are welcome to breastfeed in the Museum.
  • Museum of Brisbane is equipped with a change table and nappy bins located in the accessible toilet on Level 3, City Hall.
Assistance Dogs

We welcome guide dogs and assistance dogs at Museum of Brisbane.

Carers and Support Workers

Admission to Museum of Brisbane and its exhibitions, events, tours and workshops is free unless otherwise stated.

Interpreters and Translators
  • Museum of Brisbane welcomes interpreters and translators to assist with communication. Please contact the Visitor Experience Team in advance of visiting to access exhibition, tour and event notes. Email visitorexperience@museumofbrisbane.com.au.
  • Museum of Brisbane currently offers programs and tours in English, Japanese and Spanish. Explore our range of programs here.

Access Events

A girl with red hair is wearing a white jumpsuit with lemons all over it and facing sideways. Behind her, there is a red wall featuring thirteen paintings. Most of them are hung on the wall, though there are 3 sitting on plinths.
TUESDAYS
Events
Quiet Afternoons
TUESDAYS
MoB Kids
BYO Baby Tour
TUESDAYS
MoB Kids
BYO Baby Tour: World of Wonder
WEDNESDAYS
MoB Kids
Storytime
FREE TOUR
Tours
Museum Highlights Tour
What's there to do in Brisbane? Spend an hour uncovering Brisbane’s modern art, cultural events, Aboriginal history and more!
Online Access

Museum of Brisbane’s website has been designed to operate with assistive technologies.

Language

Museum of Brisbane’s website has a language selector. This tool is located at the top of the webpage and is represented by a world symbol.

Audio descriptions and Auslan translations

Our current exhibition, Making Place: 100 Views of Brisbane features audio descriptions and Auslan translations.

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