The Old Museum has been the site of cultural and educational facilities for over 110 years. From 1891 to 1930, The Old Museum Concert Hall was the main venue for concerts in Brisbane, including recitals by Dame Nellie Melba and Ignaz Paderewski. More recently the Concert Hall has hosted live performances from a variety of artists including Passenger, Katie Noonan, Mark Seymour and 5 Seconds of Summer.
The Old Museum continues to provide a unique heritage background for a large range of events such as performances, rehearsals, concerts, corporate meetings, markets, gala dinners and weddings.
The Old Museum is located 0.6 km north of the Fortitude Valley Railway station along Brunswick Street.
Bus stop 7 is located directly outside of The Old Museum. For details of public transport to the venue, click here.
There is no onsite patron parking at The Old Museum for events. Sites are kept strictly for cast and crew.
Check with the RNA for open parking stations.
Some metered street parking in Gregory Terrace and surrounding side streets.
If you bring a car it is recommended that you come early to find a park, as there is NO parking on site.
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