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Museum of Perth

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Published March 25th 2016
There are plenty of interesting stories in Perth's past
Down a side-lane and through a cafe in Perth's CBD is where you'll find the Museum of Perth.

Entry to the small-scale venue is by donation. You will find a donation box beyond the counter at Henry Saw cafe.

The Museum of Perth chronicles the social, cultural, political and architectural history of Western Australia's capital. The Museum was created by the Perth History Association Inc. It started as an online project and now with its physical presence operates on a not-for-profit basis.

A permanent part of the museum is a concise version of Perth's history going back more than 40,000 years. It was written by West Australian author David Whish-Wilson.

The museum also plays host to other locally inspired exhibitions that change on a regular basis and makes use of a micro-cinema.

The museum is open from 9am to 3pm Monday through to Saturday.
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Why? Learn about Perth's past
Where: Perth CBD
Cost: Entry by donation
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