With its distinguished history and a unique charm, Fremantle Prison is definitely a must for lovers of culture and for those who go to visit the city of Fremantle was built by prisoners of the fifties of the nineteenth century, the structure is now a public museum operated by the government of Western Australia and is listed among the World Heritage list. Since 1991, the prison is visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year and is decorated with charm and mystery, so much so that, during some tours, it is rumored existence of the supernatural that you would find inside the building. Inside the prison, visitors can see the structure going on foot and then move to rowing within several tunnels dug to 20 feet deep by the inmates of the second half of the nineteenth century. Furthermore, within the prison you can also see various works of art by prisoners, for whose rehabilitation and education and art therapy was used, through a joint initiative between the Department of Justice and the Department of Housing and Labour (Department of Housing and Works), the Fremantle Prison exhibits and sells works of art by prisoners and former prisoners of Western Australia. Still, the structure has many curiosities: the prison chapel for example, now used for wedding ceremonies, a fresco that is located behind the altar, the Ten Commandments raffigua and note how the commandment Thou Shalt Not Kill has been replaced with the expression Thou Shalt Do No Murder, whereas the hanging in those days was a common practice.