$5 / adult to enter the replica brig Amity in the Albany Historic Precinct. You can pay at the desk in the museum, or pay (cash) on board. The volunteer for our visit was John, he gave a great run-down of the ship's history and then handed over the audio-guide listening devices. We wandered about at our leisure, listening to... 更多
Look to be honest, it is a little old school, but to see how it was a couple of hundred years ago, like this tour shows, is brilliant. By today's standards, it is lacking in technology, but it still give a great insight into how it was for these sailors
For a small fee you can board and roam around this historical replica. We were provided with an electronic (audio) tour guide which allowed us to listen to personalised information 'recorded' by the crew, and information about the ship and the voyage. Relatively inexpensive. May not be safe if you have young children or are elderly as the ladders leading... 更多
We arrived mid morning to discover this was not open. We were told as it was run by volunteers it would not be open until they arrived. We filled in some time viewing the photographic display as a tribute to our indigenious soldiers. We also checked out the old goal. But even after this it was not open.
We visited the West Australian Museum in Albany and paid to go on board and explore the Amity. It was well worth a visit and this ship is a beautiful replica and climbing up and down the stairs between decks made us really think about the conditions and the exceptional bravery of the people who travelled on it. Kids of... 更多
Paid a small fee at the excellent museum 100m away and boarded the brig. The brig itself it not too big so it's worthwhile getting the audio tour (which turned out to be excellent). You are able to squeeze downstairs to the decks below which gives you a real idea of how the men lived on the ship all those... 更多