Here's 11 of the most fascinating little museums around Brisbane that you need to visit
Home to thousands of artefacts, the Logan Village Museum is a must-visit destination for all history buffs
Queensland's most notorious prison, Boggo Road Gaol, has reopened as a cultural-heritage tourist attraction in time for its 130th anniversary.
Wolston House is the oldest surviving residential farmhouse in the district and is ideally located on a property fronting onto the Brisbane River
Tradecoast Central Heritage Park combines three historic sites in one, following the unique history of Eagle Farm from a convict women's prison
SparkLab is the new incarnation of Queensland Museum’s Sciencentre, featuring 40 interactive exhibits across three fun-filled zones
The RAAF Amberley Aviation Heritage Centre offers a fascinating display of aircraft and insight into SEQ’s military aviation history and opens to the general public
Revisit yesteryear at Old Petrie Town, a charming restored historic village spread across 48 acres of parklands
Abbey Museum of Art & Archaeology provides a unique opportunity to be fully immersed in history for a day.
Brisbane Tramway Museum is the fascinating outdoor museum where a handful of restored trams that once trundled through Brisbane’s streets take passengers for Sunday rides
Located at the base of the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC), the Tony Gould Gallery provides Brisbane with entertaining exhibitions relevant to current theatre performances from Australia and around the globe.
The Queensland Police Museum is a fascinating secret trove that contains the history of crime, law and order since the Queensland Police force was established in a tent in 1864 and arrested prisoners were attached to trees
This fascinating little trove of ancient artefacts belonging to UQ and dating back 4000 years is one of the best kept secrets around.
On a grassy outpost in the industrial reaches of Lytton lies Fort Lytton, the heritage listed remains of Australia's only surviving moated 19th century fortress.
Few who pass the glass doors of MacArthur Chambers Hotel would know that it was from this building that General Douglas MacArthur directed the Allies in holding back the Japanese invasion.
This impressive Brisbane City Council owned museum offers an insight into the social history and visual arts of Brisbane.

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