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Explore the darker side of Fremantle Prison’s history.
The Prison walls echo with stories of loneliness, pain and suffering, of executions gone wrong, of the innocent unjustly imprisoned and the guilty punished.
Join our Guides in the dark as they entertain you with sordid and ghastly stories.
Be warned - these tours are not for the faint hearted.
Please note that due to the Australia Day Public Holiday Torchlight Tours will not be running on Friday 26 January.
|Departs||Every Wednesday and Friday evening. Tours depart regularly from 6.30pm, with multiple tours throughout the evening
In summer months, tours depart from 7.00pm onwards
|Tour length||1 hour 30 minutes|
|Prices||$27.00 per adult | $23.00 per concession | $17.00 per child | $79.00 for a family pass|
|Wheelchair access||Approximately 70%|
|Audio guides||Japanese, French, German, Korean, Mandarin, English and AUSLAN handheld audio guides are available
Please note: The content of these guides is the same as the Prison Day Tour information, and not focussed on the Torchlight Tour
|Bookings||Bookings and pre-payment essential || Ph: (08) 9336 9200|
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.
Explore Fremantle Prison from its convict origins in the 1850s until its closure as a maximum security prison in 1991.