The Brisbane Museum has a free area and a toll area. We only saw the free area because the exhibition in the toll area is monkey. My husband and I are not interested in it. Museum is not big, but the design of parents and children is very interesting and attentive. It is worth seeing.
Museum of Brisbane Museum is located on the third floor of Brisbane City Hall. It opened in October 2003. It is free of charge from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. every day. It shows Brisbane's history through oil paintings, photographs and videos. It also introduces the Brisbane River in particular to help visitors better understand the city. There is another one for visitors for 60 seconds. The interactive place for recording, called Brisbane Memory, can record your stories about Brisbane and share them with you.
This free museum, located on the third floor of Brisbane's City Hall, houses both permanent and temporary exhibits, and is very approachable. During our recent visit, the two featured exhibits were "Ink Remix" (a temporary show of contemporary art from China, Taiwan and Hong Kong) and "100% Brisbane: Everybody has a Story to Tell" (an elaborate, modern, interactive exhibit featuring the lives of 100 people currently living in Brisbane, as well as activities/exhibits related to the history of the area). The museum has a small, but very nice gift shop.
Austria New Zealand Festival, you can feel the atmosphere of the museum from the outside before you open the door.
In the library, you can see the old tram, and you can ride it. It's good.