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Museum After Dark

Drinks, discussions and a tour of Queensland Museum's new Lego exhibition, all during a night at the museum.
By Sarah Ward
July 28, 2021
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By Sarah Ward
July 28, 2021
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UPDATE, August 12: Due to Brisbane's most recent lockdown, Museum After Dark has been postponed until Friday, August 27. This article has been updated to reflect that change.

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Come Friday, August 27, it's time for a night at the museum — but you won't find Ben Stiller roaming the halls here. That said, given what'll be on display at Queensland Museum at the time, the revelry will still feel rather adventurous.

Walking, talking and drinking while taking a tour of QM's new Brickman Wonders of the World exhibition is on the agenda at the venue's latest adults-only Museum After Dark shindig. You'll check out more than 50 Lego displays, and watch expert Lego builders do their thing, too — and you'll be able to sip your way through the night over a bite as well, and while listening to DJs, meeting live animals such as wombats and just generally checking out QM's exhibits.

A word of warning: these shindigs often sell out, and this one will be COVID-19 safe, which means it'll have a limited capacity. In other words, you'll want to nab a $35 ticket quickly (and note that that price doesn't include food and drinks).

Image: Queensland Museum.

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