Military Gaol Paranormal Investigation

Hobart, TAS

5.0 Based on 1 rating
FOR GROUPS INVESTIGATIONS AND WORKSHOPS
Adult
$60

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2 hours
Hobart, TAS

Join us as we investigate the countries only 19th century Military Gaol at Anglesea Barracks Army Base located in the heart of Hobart.

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 a number of functions including its use as a girls 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 true “hauntings” and “secrets” this prison has to tell.

Access to this venue in the darkest hours is not otherwise permitted, so do you dare to join us!


What's included?
  • 2-hour paranormal investigation tour
  • Use of the latest paranormal equipment

Venue

This tour will be held at the Anglesea Barracks Military Gaol, 96-120 Davey Street, Hobart.


Availability

Tour runs on selected Friday nights. Please check the calendar for selected dates or contact us for further information.

We can offer private tours on alternative dates Minimum numbers apply.

There are currently no dates listed for this experience. Please make an enquiry by pressing the Send email button above.

Restrictions

This is an 18+ event.


Weather

This event operates in all weather conditions.


What to bring/wear

Please wear comfortable, flat, enclosed shoes (no heels or thongs permitted) and weather relevant clothing. Please also bring a torch as the surrounds of the Barracks can be dark in certain areas.


Accessibility

Some restrictions due to a number of stairs and uneven surfaces.


Cancellation Policy

See the tour operator's terms and conditions prior to booking.


5 · October 8, 2023 by Anonymous
The Tour was fantastic.

This Paranormal Investigation Tour was amazing, I experienced some paranormal . Will be going back. LOVED IT.

Response from tour operator on October 9, 2023:

Thank you for your amazing 5 star review!! We are are so pleased you had an enjoyable tour and had your own personal experience. The Military Gaol is an amazing venue to investigate and we look forward to seeing you back here one day soon!
Sharmaine - Tasmania's Most Haunted - Tour Operator


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