Join us for an atmospheric evening of cultural significance at the Hobart Convict Penitentiary
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This exhibition pays tribute to the thousands of men and women who came to Tasmania, working alongside locals to build the state's hydro-electric scheme, creating communities and helping make 'the Hydro' what, and who, we are today.
The Soldiers' Memorial Avenue forms part of the Queens Domain in Hobart.
The French Memorial Fountain, created in 1972 by sculptor Stephen Walker, recognises the bicentenary of early French exploration in Tasmania.
Every Sunday throughout May, come along and enjoy a Victorian High Tea at elegant Runnymede.
An amazing collection of objects with local,national and international significance. Rare items include the worlds first woggle, made for Lord Baden-Powell. During business hours by appointment.
The Tasmanian Transport Museum was formed in 1962 and was officially opened to the public in December, 1983.
For the first century of its life, Claremont House c 1830 was owned by the wealthy and powerful aristocratic families. Claremont House was a grand mansion, located on top of a hill looking down on its surrounding 734 acres of land.
The History Centre features interactive and static displays documenting the history of the College from 1911.