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Fremantle Tram Ghost Tour with Dinner

By City Tours
Price was undefined, price is now ¥6,307
Free cancellation available
4h
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Highlights

  • Ghostly tour of Fremantle's most haunted historic buildings

  • Chance to ride the old-world tram converted into dining car

  • Tales of executions at the UNESCO-listed Fremantle Prison

  • Visits to the spooky Round House & Fremantle Arts Centre

  • Traditional fish & chips served at your table on the tram

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About this activity

What's included, what's not

  • What's included

    Guided ghost tour of Fremantle

  • What's included

    Admission fees

  • What's included

    Dinner and soft drinks

  • What's included

    Transportation around Fremantle via tramcar

  • What's included

    Live tour commentary provided in English

Know Before You Book

  • This tour is not recommended for children 10 and younger. Children 4 and younger are not allowed.

  • You must be able to walk on unpaved or uneven terrain.

  • Check-in is 15 minutes prior to the booked tour start time.

What you can expect

Discover the secrets, stories, and supernatural mysteries that can be found around the corners of Fremantle, a town known for its former prisons and psychiatric asylum. Board the old-timey tram and set off on a ghostly adventure that takes you behind the walls of the city's most infamous buildings.

Join your fellow ghost-hunters downtown and hop aboard the tram for your first destination. With your individual lantern to help light the way, set foot on the premises of the Fremantle Prison, once home to the city's most prominent convicts. Follow your guide on a walking tour of the grounds as you listen to tales of the bloody riots and executions that took place over the prison's 136-year history. Perhaps a few of its old residents might make appearances along the way.

Continue on to The Round House, another former prison and the oldest public building in Western Australia. Hear about the first European descendent to be executed in the state—15-year-old John Gavin—and how the prison was later turned into living quarters for the constable.

Enjoy a break from the bizarre with a traditional fish-and-chips dinner before making your final stop of the night—the Fremantle Arts Centre. Feel the presence of the undead as you wander the Gothic grounds, learning how the building was at different times an asylum and a women's poorhouse. Hear about the dark and sinister stories that went on behind these walls, eventually leading to the institution's closure.

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Activity Location

  • Multiple Locations Visited
  • Fremantle Western Australia 6160

Meeting/Redemption Point

  • Town Hall Stop
  • Adelaide Street and William Street
  • Fremantle Western Australia 6160
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