Exhibition FAQs

Visitor Information and Undressed: 350 years of underwear in fashion exhibition FAQs

Tickets

Please Note: Brisbane is the host city for the G20 Leaders Summit in November 2014, and the Cultural Precinct will be included in the restricted zone during the summit. This means the Queensland Museum and Sciencentre will be closed Friday 14 November and Saturday 15 November.

We will re-open with normal opening hours Sunday 16 November.

For more information go to www.police.qld.gov.au/g20 or visit www.g20.org

Q: How do I book tickets?

A: Tickets are available online or by phone on 136 246. Phone bookings are available Monday - Saturday, 9am - 8.30pm. All tickets are for general admission and are for single entry use on any day the exhibition is opened to the public.

Q: How much do tickets cost?
A: Online ticket prices (including booking fee) start at $21.50 for adults. For the first time, you can by a joint fashion ticket for both Undressed at the Museum and Future Beauty at QAGOMA for only $31.50 Please visit the Tickets page for more information.

Q: Why is it general admission ticketing?
A: Tickets can be used for a single use entry on any day the exhibition is opened. The ticket will be stamped on the day of your visit and can be used only on that day. Pass-outs on the day of entry are allowed but if the exhibition is too busy, you may need to queue to re-enter.

Q: Do I need to book tickets before arrival?
A: Pre-bookings are recommended to guarantee availability.
Online and phone (136 246). Phone bookings are available Monday - Saturday, 9am - 8.30pm.

Q: Where can I find information about group visits?
A: Additional information is available to assist with booking and planning group visits .

Visiting the exhibition

Q: Where is the exhibition?
A: Queensland Museum, Level 3, next to the Discovery Centre.

Q: How long should I allow for my visit?
A: You will need approximately 60 minutes to view the whole exhibition.

Q: Where can I find information for visitors with individual needs?
A: We aim to provide equitable access to all our visitors. More information is available on the
Queensland Museum website or at time of booking via phone on 136 246 (Monday - Saturday, 9am - 8.30pm).

Q: What items are not allowed in the exhibition?
A: Due to security and conservation requirements, the following cannot be taken in to the exhibition: drink bottles (including water), large bags, umbrellas and other bulky items. These may be checked at our Cloak Room on Level 2 free of charge.

Q: Why can’t I take a large bags in?
A: Due to the fragile nature of the objects on display and the high security demands required of us when hosting an international exhibition of this kind, large bags must not be taken into the exhibition space. Large bags can be checked at the Cloak Room on Level 2 free of charge.

Q: Can I take photos?
A: Due to the fragile nature of the objects on display and conservation requirements agreed to by Queensland Museum, photos are not permitted to be taken in the exhibition.

Q: What age is the exhibition suitable for?
A: The exhibition is suitable for a wide range of audiences including adults, young adults, students and families with children over the age of 12. Parental discretion is advised but there is no overt sexual imagery or references within in the exhibition

Q: Does the exhibition have displays not suitable for your children?
A: Parental discretion is advised but there is no overt sexual imagery or references within in the exhibition.