Subiaco Museum records and shares the social history of the Subiaco area.
The museum collection includes contemporary and historical artworks owned by the City of Subiaco and heritage items that reveal the origins and evolution of collecting practices within a former electricity substation.
Visit the museum
Subiaco Museum is located at 239 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, between the City's Administration Centre and Subiaco Library. Subiaco Museum is open Tuesday to Friday from 1pm to 4pm and Saturdays from 10am to 2pm. Guided tours are available and schools and other group visitors are welcome by appointment. There is no admission fee.
Due to current COVID-19 restrictions Subiaco Museum is currently closed, reopening at 1pm on Tuesday 6 July.
For more information visit the City's COVID-19 information page.
A variety of public programs complement the changing and permanent exhibitions.
Enjoy heritage outdoors with the popular Walking Subiaco self-guides and See Subi on Sunday free guided walk program.
The Museum receives many enquiries from researchers about Subiaco’s history and items held by the museum. If you have an enquiry, contact the museum on (08) 9237 9351 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Researching the History of Your Property
We have prepared a brochure outlining how to research the history of your property. It contains information on readily accessible resources, how or where they can be accessed, the information that can be gleaned from each resource and tips on how to use the resources effectively.
Download a copy of the brochure here.