International Women's Day celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.

What were the social, economic, cultural and political challenges for women over 100 years ago? 

Fremantle Prison incarcerated women prisoners from 1886 until 1970. 

  • Who were the women imprisoned on site?
  • What were their crimes? 
  • How big was a cell in the Women’s Prison?

Join us on a tour to explore the female experience at Fremantle Prison.

Departs

Sunday 8 March 2020

  • 11.00am
  • 1.00pm
Tour length 1 hour 15 minutes
Prices

$22.00 per adult | $19.00 per concession | $12.00 per child | $62.00 for a family pass

Wheelchair access Approximately 60%
Bookings Bookings essential || Online or by phone +61 8 9336 9200 

Images courtesy State Records Office WA:

  • Bridget Jones, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 1 (cons4186/1)
  • Daisy Hyland, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 1 (cons4186/1)
  • Julia Lilywhite, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 2 (cons4186/2)
  • May Ahern, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 2 (cons4186/2)
  • Minnie Forrester, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 1 (cons4186/1)
  • Minnie Scadden, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 2 (cons4186/2)
  • Lucille Skinner, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 2 (cons4186/2)
  • Geraldine Smith, courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 2 (cons4186/2)
  • Rose Williams , courtesy State Records Office WA, Volume 1 (cons4186/1)