Duration: 1 hour
All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Our all-ages History Tour explores the atmospheric landmarks of the Willow Court precinct, including entry to some of the sites most iconic buildings.
Our guide will combine history and mystery to captivate your imagination and lead you through over 190 years of unique Tasmanian stories.
This NEW & EXCLUSIVE tour is only available for private bookings at this stage and is subject to availability. (Note: Booking must be made at least 7 days in advance and minimum numbers do apply). Please Contact us to book your exclusive history tour.
COVID-19 SAFETY REGULATIONS
We have implemented our COVID-19 Safety Plan which has been outlined within our terms and conditions. Please make sure you read and fully understand this information prior to your booking.
Most importantly STAY HOME if you feel unwell.
WHERE DO WE MEET
Our History Tour is designed to be family-friendly and is suitable for children of all ages, however this tour may contain content and stories that some participants may find confronting, therefore parental guidance is advised.
This is a guided walking tour that includes a walk around some of the Willow Court site. Some access points may not be suitable for people with restricted mobility. It is not wheelchair accessible.
Tours operate in most weather conditions, so please come prepared. You must wear flat enclosed shoes. No heels or thongs are permitted. Guests will be notified via SMS or email if the tour is cancelled due to inclement weather.
Please arrive 10-15 minutes before your scheduled tour, to allow time to check in and move to your tour departure point. Unfortunately we cannot wait for latecomers.
All bookings are non-refundable or non-transferable and non–redeemable for cash. Please carefully review your tour, date and time before purchase.
See our full Terms and Conditions prior to your ticket purchase.
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We acknowledge the traditional owners of the land on which we work and live, and respect their ongoing custodianship of the land. We pay respect to Tasmanian Aboriginal people, and Elders past and present.