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An original Victorian photograph with four solemn ladies in mourning (The Pennington Edition)

Victorian Mourning: Memento Mori

Be taken back in time to the mid-1800s to discover what it was like to mourn the loss of a loved one. See what the home would have looked like during the sad time of mourning and discover the customs and traditions of this time period. There have already been documented paranormal experiences in this building. Meet our haunted mourning grave doll from the early 1800s, a ladies face has been seen with this doll on regular occasion! If you enjoyed The Hotel Of Haunted Dolls you will enjoy this display.

Presented by When The Lights Go Out Paranormal

When

Sat 29 May, 10am-5pm

Where

Tea Tree Gully Heritage Museum, 3 Perseverance Rd, Tea Tree Gully

Price

Adult: $10.00
Child: $5.00

Contact

Karina Eames, 0427 641 978, beltane@internode.on.net

Info

Family Friendly Full Toilet Facilities Partial Wheelchair Access

Wheelchair access to building downstairs, gardens and outdoor pavilions. Not to the upstairs level.

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