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WA Shipwrecks Museum

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WA Shipwrecks Museum

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Voyager758760 wrote a review Jun 2020
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We spent a fascinating morning viewing the artefacts found on and near the wrecks (from the 17C to 20C ) of the Ships who foundered on the hazardous coast of WA.Sadly we didn’t have the time to take in all that this great museum offered .All who entered had their temperature
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Date of experience: June 2020
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MartyNPafos wrote a review Jun 2020
Paphos District, Cyprus39 contributions14 helpful votes
We visited the WA Shipwrecks Museum in summer ... well worth it, especially for history buffs and fans of shipwrecks! It is near the Fremantle foreshore and harbor restaurant district. Extremely well maintained and an absolute attention to detail. Enjoy the visit!
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Brian C wrote a review Jun 2020
Cheltenham, United Kingdom126 contributions35 helpful votes
My wife and I 'stumbled' across the WA Shipwrecks Museum on our day in Fremantle. We hadn't planned to visit it, but we were so glad we did. The museum is exceptionally well laid out and is full of interesting exhibits, displays, artefacts and information boards. The stand-out
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Date of experience: March 2020
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Nigel S wrote a review Mar 2020
Lightwater, United Kingdom5,263 contributions215 helpful votes
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We loved this small museum particularly the interesting artefacts from each of the featured shipwrecks. There is plenty to read and study regarding the ships that were lost along the Australian coast. Interestingly, we came across the names of the ships as we travelled down
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Eleanor M wrote a review Mar 2020
scotland297 contributions169 helpful votes
Really impressive museum, I particularly liked the Batavia artefacts having read the story. The whole place is really well done, with just enough information about each exhibit so there is no overload. A beautifully restored building, light and airy yet dark when required. A
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Date of experience: March 2020
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