Come along to the museum and learn how to write with old fashioned quills and dip pens. Quill pens were invented around the 6th century and were made from a feather of a large bird such as a goose or turkey. The point of the feather was treated so it could be used for dipping into ink and writing. By the mid- 19th century quills were replaced with steel pen points, both were known as dip pens. At the museum learn all the techniques to writing with a quill or dip pen and keep this dying art form alive.
In line with State Government directions, it is a condition of entry to this venue that anyone aged 16 years and over must show proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status or a medical exemption.
NOTE: Please do not attend Subiaco Museum if you are feeling unwell, you are most welcome to cancel your free ticket at any time and re-book into future upcoming events when you are feeling better and are symptom free. We ask that all visitors maintain good hand hygiene and utilise the hand sanitiser and hand washing facilities available when attending events.