Plan an Educational Day Tour of the Brisbane City Hall

Posted in Attractions @ Feb 23rd 2016 6:16am - By Administrator
Museum Of Brisbane

When in Brisbane, one must not forget to take a day trip to the Brisbane City Hall because, first things first, it’s free!

You can begin with a tour of the iconic Brisbane City Hall Clock Tower between 10 am and 5 pm. Obtain your free ticket to the tower by falling in line at the Museum of Brisbane counter on Level 3. Take note that the clock does not chime over the weekends though, in case you’re looking forward to that.

You won’t need to worry about getting hungry during the trip. For affordable and delicious meals, the City Hall offers you the option of two cafes, namely: Shingle Inn Cafe or Red Cross Cafe. The first is located on the ground floor, via the King George Square entry, while the Red Cross Cafe, on the other hand, is located on the basement level of City Hall with the exterior door facing the Adelaide Street side of City Hall.

Meanwhile, you can check out the Museum of Brisbane and feast your eyes on the latest exhibitions showcasing Australia’s artists and their bodies of works. Located on Level 3 with spectacular views of the clock tower and copper dome, you can look forward to diverse art exhibitions scheduled each month. For the months of March and April, the Museum of Brisbane takes pride in mounting Robyn Stacey’s Cloud Land and Living in the City: New Architecture in Brisbane and the Asia Pacific.

For more information, you may visit You may book online or call 07 3339 0845 to avail of their free guided tours within the City Hall.

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