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The museum is open to the public from 2pm to 5pm, Tuesday to Sunday, and other times by appointment. School and other group visitors are very welcome.Situated between the city's Administration Centre and the library, Rokeby Road SubiacoThe Subiaco...more
241 Rokeby Rd, Subiaco, Western Australia 6008, Australia
Interesting both for residents & visitors.
Small but gives an outline to the area which is helpful & informative. Domestic room was a nostalgia trip for older people from anywhere! Staff around to help if necessary.
Particularly for old time residents of Subiaco a must.
Wonderful volinteer staff compliment the permanent staff.
For a new commer to the area also a must to appeciate the foundation fabric of Subiaco
Check for opening times not to be disappointed.
Subiaco old timer
If you live in Subiaco and haven't been - why not??!
It is a cute little museum that is a fun outing for a date, friends gathering for fun, or a family outing. A lot is packed into this small museum that you could easily...More
We visited with our young baby and enjoyed the recent exhibition trams and trade. It was interesting to see how Subiaco has changed over the years and how transport has made the area vibrant. Looking forward to the next exhibition!
This small museum in the inner city Perth suburb of Subiaco is a nice enough little time filler or if you just wish to walk off lunch. The displays are mainly about the history of the suburb and there are your usual collection of 'olden...More
Subiaco remains a small suburb of around 50,00o people. The museum does it's best, staffed by volunteers. Really, it is only of (limited) interest to residents. Quite honestly, if driving through to somewhere else, it's not worth stopping.
I don't know if this museum holds any interest to visitors from outside the area. I live in Subiaco and so I found it moderately interesting. Just a small museum housed between the library and council buildings, it is worth popping in for a look...More