This tour offers rare access to the Father Henry Willis and Sons Organ, the centrepiece of Brisbane City Hall’s Auditorium. Explore the heritage-listed organ with insights from one of few organists qualified to play this premier instrument.
Built in 1891-92, the Father Henry Willis and Sons Organ is located in the heart of the copper-domed auditorium. Designed in London, with timber casework in Queensland maple, it is one of the premier musical instruments in Australia and has been a backdrop to many cultural, social and civic events.
Accompanied by a professional organist and guide, these tours provide access to the floor of the auditorium and an up-close view of this spectacular instrument.
The Brisbane City Hall Organ and Auditorium Tours are free. Book via the button below or call +61 (0)7 3339 0800 to secure your booking.
The Brisbane City Hall Organ and Auditorium Tour is wheelchair accessible. Should you require mobility aides, please contact the EPICURE Mobility Centre on +61 (0)7 3014 4702.
Meet in the King George Square foyer. Look for the Museum of Brisbane City Hall Heritage Tour sign and wait for your tour guide.
We do not recommend food on a Brisbane City Hall Organ and Auditorium Tour or inside Museum of Brisbane.
No, the Brisbane City Hall Organ and Auditorium Tours are separate to the Clock Tower Tours, which are also free and can be booked online. If you would like to book a Clock Tower Tour to follow another tour, please allow a 15-minute buffer in case your tour runs over time.
Clock Tower Tours occur every 15 minutes, however spaces are limited. Book early! You may book up to two weeks in advance. Learn more about the Clock Tower Tour.
Please call Museum of Brisbane’s Visitor Experience Team on +61 (0)7 3339 0800 or email email@example.com.