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I took my nieces (ages 9 and 11) on this tour in the school holidays. There was no cost. It was an organised tour with a guide. We were taken up the original manual lift to the clock where we could see the clock mechanics...More
The Clock Tower Tour at City Hall is definitely worth doing. The tours are every 15 minutes and you get to go up inside the clock tower and view the giant clock faces from the inside. The views of the city from the top is...More
Take a tour of the building from the basement to the top of the clock tower for history of the building & city. Visit the Museum of Brisbane, the sister city display, auditorium with the huge pipe organ, office of the Lord Mayor. Talk to...More
A beautiful, fully restored historical building with a clock tower and huge dome. The interior, spread over three floors tower, is beautifully decorated with marble and local timber. Definitely worth a photo stop. Entry is free. You can take a building or clock tower tour...More
There is a free tour of the building every hour which is really interesting. It’s run by staff from the museum, so they are quite knowledgeable. You need to book - you can do this online or in person. During peak times you probably won’t...More
It's a short 15 minutes tour, an the opportunity to enjoy a beautiful view of Brisbane CBD ! It's a great idea to visit the museum and do the clock tour, you'll learn a lot about brisbane without paying any dollar. Thank you for this...More
In addition to enjoying seeing this beautiful historic building, I found the exhibit, Life in Irons, very enlightening and engaging with both its visual and audio aspects. I’m glad I visited the Brisbane City Hall.