1. Escape from Pompeii
A wonderful International exhibition- ‘Escape from Pompeii- the untold Roman rescue’ details the dramatic rescue attempt following the eruption of Mt Vesuvius
and the destruction of Pompeii in 79 AD.
Very few people know that the Roman Navy attempted to evacuate people affected by the eruption.
The Roman Navy had a hugely important role in the success of the Roman Empire.
Incredible display of household objects, rare artefacts and five ‘body casts’ of victims.
There will be a number of great school holiday events associated with this exhibition.
Starts 22nd September- All day
Cost Adults $20 conc $15
Children $12.50 U4 free
Tickets at WA Maritime Museum
2. Roman Revival
Come along to the ‘Escape from Pompeii’ exhibition and watch a toga draping and Roman Woman’s costume demonstration.
There is a costume corner, decorate your own paper craft centurion helmet.
If you love Ships (like we do at FSN!) you can decorate a Roman Battleship and watch it sail across a digital animation screen.
23rd September- onwards
Event is free but museum entry fees apply
WA Maritime Museum
3. Luna on SX presents the 2017 Lavazza Italian Film festival
Starting on the 21st @ Luna on SX- The Lavazza Italian Film festival has a wonderful line up of films.
Too many to list here, but go on line-
lunapalace.com.au to check out the variety.
21st Sept- onwards
Luna on SX
13 Essex St
4. Sarrita King and Tarisse King at Japingka Gallery
Sarrita King and Tarisse King share an indigenous heritage connected to the Gurrindji culture at Wave Hill in Central Northern Territory.
Images of Ancestors, the Land and Heritage are central to their stunning artwork.
22nd Sept onwards
47 High Street
5. Shiver me Timbers!
Loads of seafaring adventures to be had in these school holidays.
Track down the Rats, they are good at hiding!
Join in the parade of pirates, sailors and mermaids.
Listen to some great Pirate adventure tales.
Paper craft fun- 3D Ratty companion or a mini pirate kite.
23rd September- 27th
WA Shipwrecks Museum
6. Freo Treasure Hunt
Who doesn’t love a treasure hunt??
The kids will LOVE this.
Pick up your map from the Visitors Centre, Shipwrecks Museum or Maritime Museum or you can download your map at www.fremantlebid.com
Loads of fun and prizes
Multiple locations- check out the website.
7. Fremantle Prison Tunnels Tour- School Holiday special
For something a bit different why not bring your 12+ kids to Freo Prison where they can ‘don’ a hard hat, overalls and boots and descend the 20m to the depths below.
There is a section of tunnels which you can trek through, then you can board a punt to explore the ‘watery’ passageways.
Children must be accompanied by an Adult 18+.
Discounted tunnel tours for the school holidays.
23rd September onwards
Want to know more call Fremantle Prison 9336 9200
Cost from $40
1 The Terrace
8. Pirate Day on the Duyfken
Come down to the Duyfken for its annual Pirate themed day.
Loads of fun, bring the kids and make sure you are dressed in your Pirate Best!!
The kids will love boarding the Duyfken, so will you!!
23rd September 11.00-4.00pm
Adults $7.50 Children $2.50
tickets @ the Ship
behind little creatures Brewery
40 Mews road
9. Fremantle Round House
Head to the West End to view WA’s oldest Public building.
At 1pm every day the cannon is fired and the time ball on the Gundeck is lowered.
If you would like to be ‘honorary’ gunner for the day you can book via the Round House website-
The Round House
10. Kids Cruise free in the school holidays
On any Swan River cruise, Perth/Freo explorer or Perth/Freo one way cruises kids can travel for free.
For every full paying adult, one child can travel free.
Purchase tickets on-line
23rd September (24th,25th,26th,27th also)