Sea Monsters

Q: When will the exhibition be on?
A: 20 November to 3 May 2021.

Q: Is the exhibition free entry?
A: No – timed ticket entry. Please see information regarding ticket pricing here.

Q: What is the exhibition about?
A:  Sea Monsters: Prehistoric Ocean Predators combines real fossils and gigantic replicas in an exhibition that explores how ancient marine reptiles once ruled Earth’s oceans.

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: Do I need to pre-book a general admission session to the museum in addition to a ticket to Sea Monsters
A: No, entry to the museum is included in your Sea Monsters ticket. 

Q: Do Annual Pass holders receive any discount to tickets for this exhibition? 
A: Yes, if you are a current Annual Pass holder you can receive a 10% discount. Visit our ticket prices page here for further details. If you are not a current Annual Pass holder and are wishing to join, please find out more on our website here

Q: What are the museum’s opening hours for the duration of the exhibition?
A: The museum is open daily from 9:30am - 4pm. Excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and Good Friday. Open from 1:30pm Anzac Day. 

Q: What ages is the exhibition suitable for?
A: Generally this exhibition is suitable for children aged 5 years and over.

Q: How long should I allow for my visit? 
A: After entering the exhibition at the start of your chosen session time you can stay as long as you wish. We recommend approximately a 1 hour visit.

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: No.

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 hearing difficulties. Can I still enjoy the films in the exhibition? 
A: Films are subtitled where required.

Q: I have difficulty reading the exhibition text in low light. Do you have anything to assist with this?
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.

Q: Is there seating within the exhibition?
A: Yes, though limited.

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

Q: Will there be exhibition talks and events? 
A: To view our current and upcoming events please click here.

Q:Is there a mobile application for my phone/iPad to accompany the exhibition?
A: No.

Q: What precautions are there for COVID-19?
A: This exhibition abides by the guidelines set out in the approved Queensland Museum Network COVID-Safe plan. Visitor numbers and cleaning protocols for this exhibition are guided by this plan. For more information on Queensland Museum's COVID-Safe plan and health and safety updates please click here.