This place is a prison for female prisoners, built by the British. This is a painful, dark history during the colonial period. But everyone should understand. There is a historical story narration called HER HISTORY, and some actors, highly recommended.
This was once a detention center for female prisoners in Australia. It is said that hundreds of people had children when they set off. Someone died on the way here. It should be regarded as an achievement. Australia was originally a place of exile for prisoners in the United Kingdom, so many of the original prisons have been preserved. They are still the historical and cultural heritage of the United Nations. Now they are just stone houses, but the address is still the original address. The display is relatively simple.
This was once the factory building where the female prisoners worked in exile, and now it is used as a site for visitors to visit. In 2010, this site and 10 other sites related to Australian prisoners in exile were listed as World Cultural Heritage. There is an explanation guide in the scenic area. Each time the route is explained for about 45 minutes, there is also a drama called "Her Story" (Her Story), which allows you to have a deeper understanding of the historical events that took place in this female prisoner factory. The performance time is 11: 00, about 45 minutes.
曾经是霍巴特女性罪犯被囚禁的建筑，流放的妇女被关押在此作为惩罚，或者等待分配。 ·2010年，与其它10个有关澳大利亚流放囚犯的地点一起被列入世界文化遗产。 ·景区每天有讲解向导，分别为10:00、12:00、13:00、14:00、15:00，每次讲解线路约45分钟。 ·话剧《她的故事》(Her Story)，可以更深入了解曾经发生在这个女囚工厂的历史事件，演出时间为11:00，时长约45分钟。
It is a women’s prison, which is listed as a World Heritage Site. There are actors in the ruins performing the work and life of female prisoners in the factory. The ruins require tickets at 20 Australian dollars per person.