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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: When will the exhibition be on?
A: Friday 18 June – Monday 4 October 2021, now extended until Sunday 30 January 2022.

Q: How can I buy tickets? 
A: Bookings are essential to visit Brickman® Wonders of the World. Please pre-book timed-tickets online to avoid disappointment. Buy tickets now.

Alternatively, tickets can be purchased from the exhibition sales desk at Queensland Museum. During our busy school holiday periods you may have to wait shortly in a queue. 

Q: Is the exhibition free entry? 
A: No, the exhibition is ticketed. Children under 3 years of age are free. Please see information regarding ticket pricing here.

Q: What is the exhibition about?
A:  Brickman Wonders of the World is a new exhibition at Queensland Museum giving you the chance to explore 50 of history’s greatest masterpieces, brought to life by LEGO® Certified Professional and LEGO Masters Australia judge, Ryan ‘Brickman’ McNaught. Discover the secrets behind how these epic constructions were built, brick by brick. Then create your own masterpiece.

Q: I have a Brickman Exhibition Pass, is it still valid?
A: Yes if you pre-purchased a Brickman Exhibition Pass in June 2021, your exhibition pass will be extended for use until 30 January 2022. We recommend pre-booking your preferred time during weekends and school holidays to guarantee your entry. Use the promo code sent to your email address. 

Q: Do I need to book a session as a Spring Off Peak Season Pass holder? 
A: Bookings are not required when using the Spring Off Peak Season Pass which is valid Monday to Friday (excluding weekends, public holidays and school holidays) from 5 October to 10 December 2021. On your first visit, arrive at the start of a session and present your proof of purchase to our friendly staff at entry to Brickman Wonders of the World on Level 3. Staff will provide you with an official Spring Off Peak Season Pass. When you visit again, simply show your valid Spring Off Peak Season Pass card for entry to the exhibition.

Q: Where is the exhibition?
A: Level 3 of Queensland Museum. Queensland Museum is located on the corner of Grey and Melbourne Streets, within the South Bank Cultural Precinct in South Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. 

Q: When are the museum’s opening hours for the duration of the exhibition?
A: The museum is open daily from 9.30am - 4pm. 

Q: What ages is the exhibit suitable for?
A: Generally this exhibition is suitable for all ages but will especially appeal to families with children aged 5 years and over. 

Q: How long should I allow for my visit? 
A: 1 hour on average. 

Q: Will I be asked to leave if I stay in the exhibition for a long period? 
A: No. You can stay as long as you like in the exhibition but once you leave the exhibition, you cannot re-enter. This is due to restricted numbers due to COVID.

Q: Can I get a pass out or use my ticket to re-enter the exhibit? 
A: No. You can stay as long as you like in the exhibition but once you leave the exhibition, you cannot re-enter. This is due to restricted numbers due to COVID.

Q: Can I take in a pram? What items are not allowed in the exhibition? 
A: Yes. Please be aware there is limited room for prams.

  • No large bags
  • No eating and drinking
  • No motorcycle helmets

Q: Can I take photos inside the exhibition? 
A: Yes, but to protect the objects and for the comfort of other visitors, please do not use a flash.  

Q: Do you have guides and tours within the exhibition? Do you offer audio devices to explain the exhibition?
A: Apologies, we do not offer audio devices at this present time. There will be large printed books of exhibition text available upon request at the exhibition entry. If visitors require individual assistance, for example, Auslan interpretation, (note: all speech soundtracks are subtitled) please let our staff know at information or phone to arrange an interpreter. 

Q: Are there Auslan tours? Can I book an Auslan interpreter? 
A: Currently there are no scheduled tours. Please contact us about booking an Auslan interpreter if required for your own group requirements.

Q: I have difficulty reading the exhibition text in low light. 
A: Large print books are available for the exhibition to assist visitors who may have difficulty reading. These can be requested at the entry to the exhibition.

Q: Is the exhibit wheelchair friendly? 
A: Yes. Please contact our friendly staff for further information. 

Q: Is there seating within the exhibition?
A: Yes, there is limited seating available in the exhibition. 

Q: Is the exhibition available in other languages?
A: No.

Q: Is there an APP for my phone/iPad?
A: No.

Q: Will there be exhibition talks and events? 
A: To be advised. Please view events page.

Q: What precautions are there for COVID-19?
A:  This exhibition abides by the guidelines set out in the approved Queensland Museum Network COVID-19 safety plan. Visitor numbers and cleaning protocols for this exhibition are guided by this plan. 

Q: Will there be a Teacher Preview? 
A: Teachers and educators are invited to preview the exhibition prior to their visit, free of charge, for planning, preparation and to make the most of their group’s learning experience or for self-guided professional development.