Redcliffe Museum offers a unique and contemporary look at the people, places, significant moments and the stories that have shaped this historical seaside town.
The museum features:
First Nations stories about language and culture
Films about the early days of the Peninsula including the famous Rollerdome
A sample from the old Redcliffe Jetty boardwalk
Memory boxes to rummage through and uncover items and stories from the past
A snapshot of Moreton Bay Region’s sporting success.
Plus, discover a vibrant program of temporary exhibitions, events and workshops throughout the year including the exciting Imaginarium - a dedicated fun and intergenerational kids play space filled with changing activities and craft designed for children to create, learn and explore.
The museum’s gift shop stocks a range of unique historical books, souvenirs and handmade gifts from local makers that are perfect to gift to a loved one or to remember your visit.
Redcliffe Museum is free to visit and is a perfect place to explore on your next seaside escape. When you visit the museum, why not pack a picnic to enjoy by the adjacent tranquil Corscadden Park by Humpybong Creek or discover local cafes and restaurants along the waterfront.