Some believe that the MacArthur Museum Brisbane is as significant to Australia as London’s Cabinet War Rooms are to Britain. The Museum includes the actual office that was occupied by General Douglas MacArthur when he directed the Allied Forces World War II Pacific campaign. Experience Brisbane during the dark years of World War II, when the streets were lined with air-raid shelters, and military vessels crowded the banks of the Brisbane River. Imagine a time of censorship, rationing and blackouts, and meet the family man, General Douglas MacArthur, through fascinating themed displays.
Address: 201 Edward Street, Brisbane, Brisbane
Phone: 07 3211 7052
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