Subiaco Museum is situated between the city's Administration Centre and Subiaco Library on Rokeby Road in Subiaco.
The museum has a collection consisting of several thousand objects, documents and photographs, all of which have at least a part of their history in Subiaco. Some items relate to the area's Aboriginal heritage, while others were brought to Subiaco by settlers from Europe and Asia. Some have a history of several generations in Subiaco.
Interpretive displays and special exhibitions are available for public viewing, and are changed on a regular basis. Thematic displays of items from the collection are shown in the museum's four galleries and hallway, as well as in the Subiaco Library and the corridor to the left of the city's Administration Centre reception desk.
Direct enquiries are welcomed by the coordinator of heritage services on 9237 9227 or email email@example.com
The museum is open to the public from 2pm to 5pm Tuesday to Sunday, and other times by appointment. Schools and other group visitors are welcome.
The museum does not charge admission fees.
Group tours and group visits
Guided tours are available. Museum guides will lead groups or individuals through the museum and explain the historical significance of items on display. Visitors are welcome to take photographs of displays, though some exceptions apply. Group visits are welcome by appointment.
Other museums within the city
WA Medical Museum, Harvey House, Barker Road, Subiaco