Museum Mornings - Otto Lipfert and his taxidermy work

Learn the story of Otto Lipfert who lived in Subiaco and became WA Museum's first taxidermist.

German born Otto Lipfert is our subject for this month’s talk. Otto lived at 270 York Street, Subiaco from 1894 and became the WA Museum’s first taxidermist. Otto’s most famous work is the blue whale skeleton at the WA Museum which is named in his honour. Come and hear his family’s history and see his collection of taxidermy tools and drawings.

Museum Mornings are held on the first Thursday of the month with a free morning tea provided.

Book now to join this free event for older adults from 10am to11.30am to explore the museum collection and discover new artefacts with a different theme each month.

***Note this is the same talk as the Night at the Museum event. Please do not book into both talks as there is limited capacity.

Closest toilets are located at the Subiaco Library.

Please do not attend if you are feeling unwell.

Further Information

Please provide any access or dietary requirements to ensure staff can best accommodate you.

Getting to the Museum

The museum is located behind the Subiaco Library at 239 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, WA 6008.

Public Transport

The closest bus routes are the 97, 27 and 28. Visit transperth.wa.gov.au to plan your journey.

Parking

Parking (including ACROD) bays are available outside the museum.


Location

Subiaco Museum

Address

239 Rokeby Road, Subiaco, WA 6008

Event Date

Thursday, 06 June 2024

Event Time

10:00 AM to 11:30 AM

Event Category

Community & Culture

Event Cost

Free entry

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