Fremantle Prison: Tours
Discover the history of Western Australia’s only World Heritage listed building from its construction in the 1850s until the end of the convict era in 1886 with a Fremantle Prison tour.
Discover the history of Fremantle Prison from its construction in the 1850s until the end of the convict era in 1886.
Find out why almost 10,000 men were transported from Great Britain and Ireland, how they built their own prison and helped shape the future of Western Australia.
Discover our history through their stories.
Discover the history of Western Australia’s only World Heritage listed building from its construction in the 1850s until the end of the convict era in 1886.
Daily, every hour from 10.00am until 5.00pm
Step inside, do time and explore Fremantle Prison’s history as a maximum security gaol from 1887 to 1991.
Daily, every hour from 10.30am until 4.30pm
Get inside the criminal mind.
Daily, every hour from 11.45am until 4.45pm
Get into your hardhat, slip into your overalls, lock into the ladder system and descend below the Prison to explore a labyrinth of tunnels built by prisoners.
Daily at 9.00am, 9.45am, 10.40am, 12.20pm, 1.40pm, 2.40pm and 3.25pm
Join our Guides in the dark as they entertain you with sordid and ghastly stories.
Every Wednesday and Friday evening.
In winter (April - October) tours depart regularly from 6.30pm, with multiple tours throughout the evening.
In summer (November - March) tours depart from 7.00pm, with multiple tours throughout the evening.
Combine tours to experience the best of Fremantle Prison.
❊ When & Where ❊
Happens: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday
❊ Venue ❊
1 The Terrace, Fremantle Western Australia 6160 Map
✆ Event: | Venue: 08) 9336 9200
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