Located in the vibrant Cultural Precinct of South Bank, Brisbane, Queensland Museum is an exceptional institution that offers an immersive exploration of natural history, cultural heritage, science, and human achievements, narrating the ever-evolving tale of Queensland.
With a remarkable record of hosting over 23 million visitors since its establishment in 1986, this renowned museum boasts an array of permanent galleries, including the recently revitalized SparkLab and Sciencentre. Visitors can engage with the interactive displays and exhibits at the Discovery Centre, which features a vast collection of objects, animals, and fossils. The Anzac Legacy Gallery pays tribute to the nation's military history, while the Lost Creatures gallery unveils the fascinating world of Queensland's dinosaurs and megafauna. Additionally, the Wild State gallery proudly showcases the remarkable biodiversity unique to Queensland.
Beyond its captivating displays, Queensland Museum strives to foster connections between visitors and the rich tapestry of Queensland, its people, and its global significance—both in the past and the present. The museum offers comprehensive educational experiences, innovative public programs, engaging activities for young children, and entertaining holiday events.
Beneath the surface, the museum houses millions of objects, specimens, and artifacts, comprising the esteemed State Collection. It also houses various research and conservation laboratories, where diligent work takes place to safeguard and understand these valuable treasures.
Prepare to embark on an extraordinary journey of discovery as you step into Queensland Museum, where Queensland's captivating history and awe-inspiring natural wonders come alive.
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