Army Museum Of Western AustraliaCurrently Closed
- Address: Artillery Barracks Burt St, Fremantle WA 6160, Australia
- Timings: 10:30 am - 01:00 pm Details
- Phone: +618-94302535
- Ticket Price: 10 AUD
- Tags: Military Museum, Family And Kids
Army Museum Of Western Australia - Review
The Army museum proudly holds souvenirs from Australia’s proud military history. Educative and informative, it holds a huge collection of publicly donated military heritage items. It is housed in the Artillery Barracks which itself has a fascinating history of being the longest occupied military site in Western Australia.
Army Museum Of Western Australia Ticket Prices
- Children 7 AUD, Family 20 AUD.
How To reach Army Museum Of Western Australia by Public Transport
- Buses No 103, 106, 107 and 111 pass Burt Street
Restaurants Near Army Museum Of Western Australia
- Bengal Indian Restaurant
- Hubbles Yard Cafe
- George Street Bistro
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Army Museum Of Western Australia, Fremantle Reviews
Great outing as a family with older kids (upper primary and teens.) So much to see! Loads and loads of exhibits. Our personal tour guide took us from exhibition to exhibition and he was a wealth of knowledge. Displays about the history of the Western Australian Army dating from Colonial times, Boer War, World One and two, Korea, Vietnam to Afghanistan, amongst other wars. So many historical artifacts. First visit and spent two hours. Great service and interesting exhibits.
Attended the WA book launch of ‘The Victoria Cross, Australia Remembers’ – Hear the stories behind the stories of Australia’s 100 Victoria Cross Recipients from the Author Michael C. Madden. My Great, Great Uncle Lieutenant Frederick Bell was the 1st WA winner of this award for bravery. The Victoria Cross (VC) is the highest award of the United Kingdom honours system. It is awarded for gallantry "in the presence of the enemy".
One of the best military museums I've ever been to. There's so much on display that it would definitely take multiple visits to feel like you've appreciated it all. Incredible artifacts on display that will interest anybody. The tours are mandatory from what I understand, but the guides are brilliant and a absolute trove of information! Well worth the $12 fee. Don't miss out this museum on your visit.
Excellent museum with very helpful and knowledgeable staff. Great way to kill an hour or so. Recommended.
The army museum was a wonderful place to go and i have learnt so much going there i will deffinetly go back in the future.
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