MILITARY GAOL INVESTIGATION
This tour is not suitable for any persons under the age of 18 years. Bookings are essential.
Duration: 2 hours
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Join us on our 2 hour Paranormal Investigation Tour inside the countries only 19th century military prison at the Hobart’s Anglesea Barracks.
Anglesea Barracks is the oldest military barracks still in use in Australia and is one of Australia’s most significant historical military precincts.
The Gaol was established to accommodate wayward soldiers and was built in 1847. This imposing building contains the gaolers’ quarters and 12 single cells.
The goal was built when military numbers were at their peak in colonial Tasmania and preceded the “Separate Prison” built at Port Arthur in 1850.
After the departure of the last British regiment in 1870 the Gaol had several functions including its use as a girl’s reformatory from 1881 to 1905 and is now the home of the Army Museum of Tasmania.
We will explore this 175 year old building after dark equipped with some of the latest Paranormal Equipment for your two-hour experience to find out who may be still haunting these prison walls.
As the lights go out, the cell doors locked, we will walk the hallways and immerse ourselves into the unknown and discover the secrets this Prison has to tell.
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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
Meet us outside the Anglesea Barracks Main Gate, 96-120 Davey Street, Hobart.
Arrive 10 minutes prior to your scheduled tour to allow time to check in.
Tours operate in most weather conditions, so please come prepared. You must wear flat, enclosed shoes due to the number of stairs within this building. No heels or thongs are permitted. Guests will be notified via SMS or email if the tour is cancelled due to inclement weather or due to any other unforeseen circumstances.
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