The Geelong Gaol Museum is housed in the former H.M. Geelong Gaol.
The museum showcases the history of the Gaol which has overlooked the township of Geelong for over 170 years, and the men, women and children who spent time behind the walls.
Since its closure in 1991 it has been used as the location of a number of films and television series. Between 1995 and 2019, it was run as a museum hosted by the Rotary Club of Geelong. The Geelong Gaol Museum started in June 2019.
Geelong Gaol Museum is open weekends: Saturday and Sunday 1 - 4pm
School Holidays - open daily 1 - 4pm
Entry Tickets · $8 - $35 (pay at door)
No matter when you are visiting the Geelong Gaol we have a number of ways for you to experience the Gaol. If you would like to book the Gaol as a venue or customise a tour, please get in touch.
We can cater for school groups, Probus groups, tour groups or any other groups. Tours are generally 90 minutes long and are led by a costumed guide.