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Tickets:

General Admission (includes exhibition and garden entry)
Adult $26
Concession $22
Child (5-15 year) $13
Family (2 adults & 2 children) $65

National Trust Members
Adult $22
Concession $20
Child (5-15 year) $11
Family (2 adults & 2 children) $55

Garden entry (only):
Adult $10
Concession $7
Child $4
Family $20

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Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears Exhibition

10am - 4pm

Friday 20 March, until Sunday 19 July

Miss Fisher returns to Rippon Lea Estate

Phryne Fisher returns with a brand new exhibition filled with glamour, romance and adventure.  Experience large scale installations recreating Miss Fisher’s world, complete with an interactive mystery experience, all the while enjoying the feature film costumes designed by Margot Wilson, props and more from Miss Fisher’s first cinematic release, Miss Fisher and The Crypt of Tears.

Immerse yourself in the adventure with Phryne and unravel a decade old mystery concerning priceless emeralds, ancient curses and the truth behind the disappearance of a forgotten tribe.

Be transported back to where it all began with a retrospective of the original series Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries, as well as costumes from the expanded Miss Fisher universe including the 1960’s spin off series Ms Fisher’s Modern Mysteries and the upcoming Chinese adaptation Miss S, where Phryne has been reimagined as a crime fighting sleuth in 1920s Shanghai.

The exhibition is open daily, 10am to 4pm from 20 March to 19 July 2020.

For groups of 8 or more please fill in a group booking request form here

 



Miss Fisher and the Crypt of Tears is an Every Cloud Productions feature for Roadshow Films, Australia, with principal production investment from Screen Australia, in association with all3media international, Film Victoria, Fulcrum Media Finance and Film Finances Australasia. In cinemas 27 February 2020.

Please note – This exhibition is presented inside Rippon Lea mansion. During this time the internal furniture and fixtures may have been removed, adjusted or replaced to accommodate the exhibition pieces. Regular tours of the mansion won’t be offered during the exhibition period and will only re-commence after all original furniture and fixtures have been re-installed and once the exhibition has ended.

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