Brisbane's Best Little Museums

Here are 11 fascinating little Brisbane museums you may not have heard of, from the museum that has the Bee Gees first record contract to the police museum here you solve a murder and the wartime museum with General Macarthur's office just as he left it: 

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
Behind the plain brick façade of Redland Museum lies a wonderland of memorabilia from the past.
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.
Visitors to this museum will be happily surprised to find a modern well laid out display of the Redcliffe peninsula's 200+ years of European history
There’s nothing dusty or musty about this slick little timber building on the edge of the Old Petrie Town car park.
Resembling a mini historical village, the Samford Museum holds one of the most extraordinary collections of heirlooms, memorabilia and building styles of late 19th and early 20th century Queensland life to be found.
This fascinating little trove of ancient artefacts belonging to UQ and dating back 4000 years is one of the best kept secrets around.
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
Home to thousands of artefacts, the Logan Village Museum is a must-visit destination for all history buffs
BRISBANE ART DESIGN is a fabulous celebration of visual art and design to showcase the city’s creative talent

This fascinating museum in one of Brisbane's only 2 remaining convict buildings, showcases Queensland's colonial history, including convict relics

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Celebrate the New Year in style at Regatta Hotel
Farewell 2019 in style at the QLD Pops Orchestra’s glamorous New Year’s Eve
Celebrate this New Year’s Eve in glamorous island style
Welcome in the New Year at Portside Wharf with fantastic fireworks & divine dining
Daniel Tosh is bringing his much-anticipated live show to QPAC
French contemporary music royalty Nouvelle Vague return to Brisbane
Swan Lake Act II and Graduation Ball share the QPAC stage
Abbey Road Live in Concert returns to Fortitude Music Hall
Join Patricia Ward Kelly for a fascinating look at legendary Gene Kelly
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