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All reviews night tour broken glass cell block early settlement worth spending time amazing stories interesting reading self guided tour local history step back in time an interesting place entrance fee great for kids brig amity per adult prisoners goal
$5 per adult to access the convict gaol and museums across the road. Well worth the money! It was raining the day we went so a good way to keep out the rain. Was great to see the way that people lived in the early...More
Impressed with the idea of entry to the Museum being free..... $5.00 for entry into the Gaol.
Limited greeting on entering. Limited information was offered.
Information in the Gaol was quite hard to read. (Black writing on yellow paper, small font)
I understand that the...More
Go back in time and relive the hard days from yesterday. The prisons back then would have been really hard conditions especially in the heat. The cells contained a bed , bucket as a loo, window high above and the whole area was 7ft by...More
We took a self- guided tour of the gaol. It was interesting and had lots of information in each section ( although some of the mannequins were a bit of a worry!). Great value for money for only a few dollars to enter 👍
The museum is situated down near the water where there’s a replica of the brig Amity that you can climb aboard. There’s the old goal which is very interesting as it details a numbers stories about the place and it’s inhabitants. You need probably 2...More
Well presented, self-guided tour through the convict and criminal history of Albany. Includes the history of several notorious criminals such as Frederick Bailey Deeming, a murderer once suspected as being Jack the Ripper, and Peter McKean, alias William McDonald, the only hanging at the gaol,...More