Museum Mystery Madness

September is Museum Mystery Madness month at Sunshine Coast Museums.

Museum Mystery Madness

Visit participating museums to enter a mystery quiz for your chance to win one of four $50 gift vouchers.

Each museum has a different quiz. You can enter a quiz at any of the museums, even all of them!

During the school holidays, quiz participants get a chance at the instant lucky dip. Fun for the whole family!

Entry fees may apply, see museum websites for details. Ask for a VIP discount card.

MuseumQuiz activityOpening hours                                    
Bankfoot House
Heritage Precinct

1998 Old Gympie Rd,
Glass House Mountains
Eeek, there’s a mouse in the house! Solve the cheesy clues.Wednesday-Sunday,
Buderim Pioneer Cottage
5 Pioneer Cres,
Look around, search the clues and answer the Quiz in this much-loved cottage.Monday-Saturday,
Eumundi Museum
73 Memorial Drive,
Everyone used to wear a hat. Answer the clues to find how many hats.  Gee, it’s a mystery!Tuesday-Saturday,
Kenilworth Museum
7-9 Alexandra Street,
Scrabble your way around the museum solving the clues.Sunday, 10am-2pm
Landsborough Museum
4 Maleny Street,
Be a cunning detective to crack the code in the mystery quiz and stop the robbers.Wednesday-Sunday,
Nambour Museum
18 Mitchell Street,
It’s not your ordinary museum and not an ordinary Quiz – time to be challenged.Wednesday-Friday,
Saturday, 10am-3pm
Peachester Heritage Centre
Peachester Hall, 960 Peachester Road, Peachester
Use the clues to search the museum and find the right tool for the right job.Monday, 10am-2pm
Queensland Air Museum
7 Pathfinder Drive,
Weave your way through Hanger 1 to solve the Quiz clues – amazing planes!Daily 10am-4pm
Yandina Historic House and Museum
3 Pioneer Road, Yandina
Discover amazing relics as you follow clues to answer the quiz.Monday-Friday, 10am-1pm

Museum Mystery Madness 2023 Terms and Conditions

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