Pentridge Prison, once home to a who’s who of Australia’s criminal underworld is the definitive place for the discovery of paranormal activity in this Ghost Tour few forget.
- Built in 1850, nicknamed the Bluestone College
- A notorious place of despair and overwhelming hopelessness
- Walk in the footsteps of notorious Chopper Reed
- Haunting Ghost Tour certain to raise the hairs on your back
- Includes experience gift pack with personalised voucher and message card
Ruthless. Commanding. Severe. These are words used to describe Pentridge Prison with its imposing bluestone walls and hard concrete floors.
Inside you soon get the impression of a cold and damp place. It is bleak, and the air feels heavy, which makes it the perfect venue for a Ghost Tour that sends shivers up your spine.
You can walk in the footsteps of notorious Chopper Reed, discover the famous outlaw Ned Kelly’s remains and learn about the final moments of Ronald Ryan, the last man to be executed in Australia in 1967.
With 44 bodies buried on-site and a who’s who of Australia’s criminal underworld calling Pentridge home, it's no wonder its past haunts the building.
Be confined at Pentridge Prison, home to Australia’s hardest and longest-serving prisoners. And you and your friend might find signs of a ghost or two. For there’s many that have died here, and they weren’t friendly at all.