The Lock-up Cultural Centre362 Votes Currently Open
Yet another one of the city’s heritage sites, the Lock-Up Cultural Centre used to be a Police precinct and a lock-up with one of a kind prison cells. Today, the cells are used by artists as a contemporary art gallery and also have a law-and-order museum within the walls of the precinct. The Lock-Up Cultural Centre is known for its artists-in-residence program to help them with their skill and brings a wide variety of diversity to the table.
Entrance Ticket Details For The Lock-up Cultural Centre
- Primary School Tour (45mins)- $50 per class
- General Tour (20mins)- $3 per person
- Detailed Tour (45mins)- $5 per person
- G&G Gelato (ice cream parlour)
- Le Passe Temps (French cuisine)
- Reserve Wine Bar (Tapas bar)
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63.18% of people who visit Newcastle include The Lock-up Cultural Centre in their plan
10 AM - 11 AM
53.1% of people start their The Lock-up Cultural Centre visit around 10 AM - 11 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see The Lock-up Cultural Centre
90.19% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting The Lock-up Cultural Centre