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Take a guided tour through Museum of Brisbane in June
How long is it since you have popped into the Museum of Brisbane to see the current exhibitions and learn about the people, stories and places of Brisbane?
The Museum of Brisbane (MoB) opened in October 2003, originally on the ground floor of City Hall, however, in 2021 City Hall was closed for restoration and the Museum was temporarily located to Ann Street. After significant refurbishment, MoB reopened in April 2013 returning to City Hall, this time occupying the top floor.
From 3rd to 30th June 2021, MoB is inviting you to come on a tour and see the current exhibitions, which include The Storytellers, Man & Wah: CELESTON 2, Perspectives of Brisbane and Bauhaus Now: ART DESIGN ARCHITECTURE, a legacy in migration and modernism in Brisbane.
The tour commences at 11.00am each day and runs for half an hour duration concluding with your guide demonstrating the Hirschfield-Mack Farbenlichtspiele (Colour Light Plays) artwork, which was recreated by artist Michael Candy.
To be part of these tours, you must register through Eventbrite as well as complying and accepting the Museum's updated conditions of entry.
The MoB is Brisbane City Council's leading history and art museum, where you can experience all things vibrant about our City's culture and history. The Mob is located at 64 Adelaide Street, Brisbane City.