Information on visiting QPAC
QPAC Museum collects and preserves Queensland’s performing arts heritage.
Did your uncle sing and dance at the Tivoli, your aunt direct plays at the Princess Theatre, or your parents perform magic tricks at the Cremorne?
QPAC Museum collects and cares for Queensland's performing arts heritage, and provides community access to the collection through exhibitions, public programs and research facilities. The QPAC Museum catalogue includes costumes, photographs, set and costume designs, programs, recordings, production documents, scrapbooks and other and memorabilia.
If you would like to help preserve Queensland’s unique performing arts narrative, contact the QPAC Museum to share a story or discuss a donation.
Researchers can view the collection by appointment, or explore the QPAC Museum online database.
Visit QPAC’s Tony Gould Gallery to discover and enjoy exhibitions curated by QPAC Museum.
The Gallery is open 10am to 4pm, from Tuesday to Saturday during exhibition seasons.
Access is via the Cremorne Theatre entrance.
Find exhibition program information and detailed opening times here.