Be Well-Behaved in the Fremantle Prison
Prisons might seem like solemn places, but they're also the kind of tourist attraction just waiting for endless jokes about leaving the annoying tour group member behind, or for threatening your children if they misbehave. In Western Australia, the Fremantle Prison is a historic building yet was being used for high security prisoners right up until 1991.
Hop a tour round the Fremantle Prison and you'll remember why you don't want to rob a bank any time soon. Exercise yards are tiny and the guide might show you some of the spots where the guards couldn't see; that's where the worst of the fighting took place. You can also see the gallows where the worst of the worst were hanged until Australia outlawed capital punishment.
This place still feels as creepy as a prison, but if broad daylight isn't scary enough for you, try the candlelit night tour, or get into the low boats that follow tunnels under the prison. And just remember to do what the guides tell you, or you might be distressed by the consequences. They're still carrying an awful lot of keys around.