SCHOOLS AND CHILDREN’S GROUPS
A discounted ticket is offered to schools and groups from scouts, vacation care or homeschool networks.
Don’t miss this unique learning opportunity, exclusive to Brisbane through Term 2 and parts of Terms 1 and 3.
- school bookings (P – 12)
- children’s groups (10 or more) of children aged 15 years and under.
Cost: $10 per child (no GST) for minimum 10 paying children
Supervising adults admitted free within our recommended ratios, and additional adults are $18 per person. For your convenience, you will be invoiced for payment after your visit.
1 Adult FREE for every:
- 3 students (Prep)
- 5 students (Primary)
- 10 students (Year 7-10)
- 15 students (Year 11 and above)
Please complete the School & Group booking form which can be used to book a visit to this exhibition as well as a general Museum visit or school program. If you have any questions, please phone our Booking Officer on (07) 3840 7608, weekdays from 8:15am to 3:30pm.
Information to familiarise yourself with Queensland Museum, is available on the following pages:
CHILDREN'S GROUPS DURING SCHOOL HOLIDAYS
Groups visiting during holiday periods must book a Museum visit.
By booking your visit, you will be informed of any additional holiday experiences and any costs or donations requested for participation. Large groups may be asked to rotate in smaller, supervised groups during these peak visit times.
Adult groups including tertiary students are offered discounted entry. Visit Tickets for details.
Teachers are invited to join us after-hours, for this unique Professional Development event.
Learning and Curatorial staff offer insight into museum services, practices and the exhibition experience, followed by exclusive exhibition viewing and opportunity to network and browse the shop for resources.
More details coming soon.
Interested teachers can contact the Bookings Officer to be added to the waitlist for more information – phone 3840 7608 or email email@example.com.
This exhibition contains human remains.
Queensland Museum is committed to providing a respectful environment when displaying human remains and ask visitors to refrain from photographing any human remains.
Caring for Human Remains
Queensland Museum in the past collected remains and sacred items from Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander communities without permission or consent. In a new role as caretaker, Queensland Museum works with Aboriginal People and Torres Strait Islanders to provide a culturally appropriate and proactive repatriation program to return sensitive items to Country.