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Small and perfectly formed, gruesome and a little dingy under the streets of London, a great way to spend an hour with the children on a cold and wet day in the City! Lots of information for those who want it, lots of artefacts and...More
Now this is good - not very big - will take no more than an hour and a bit but that is reflected in the price. It's an history of the old Clink Prison and surrounding area over the last five hundred years includes torture;...More
Discovered the Clink museum by chance during a visit to Borough market. It was a good find, as my nephew had been studying this period in history at school. I was really pleased to find something that he found interesting. The lady on the entrance...More
I took a group of 24 8-11 year olds for the guided tour and we all enjoyed it so much that the time went really quickly.It gave us plenty to think about. Many of us would like to go back again and have a more...More
Decently priced. The displays and decorations give off an initial touristy vibe but the write-ups are well done and offer a bunch of interesting info. Seems like negative reviews here are from people who breezed through it without bothering to put in any effort to...More
We visited as a family during the Welsh half-term (one week after the English half-term), meaning the museum was almost empty. The kids went off to explore and count the ghosts... there was a lollipop waiting for each of them at the gift desk if...More
Situated near the Shakespeare theatre this is quite hidden.
Good entrance price and full of interesting items with literature to read.
Interaction items so good for everyone of all ages.
Doesn't take to long to walk round.
Small shop and free photo opportunity that you...More
It cost 7.50 to go in 5.50 if you are a concession ,It takes about 3/4 -1 hour which includes you reading all the liteture about the prison on the walls,Its a small Prison Museum ,That is plenty of time ,It is interesting reading about...More
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We have walked past many times and always said we should go in and have a look. We finally visited and are very happy that we did. Great setup with friendly welcome. Exhibits were realistic, relevant and informative. A good place for both young and...More
Even before the arrival of the instantly iconic Shard, the riverside scene in Southwark had moved well beyond any up-and-coming phase of development. For quite some time, locals and out-of-towners alike have loved browsing the boutiques of Bermondsey High Street, foraging through the bounteous stalls at centuries old foodie haven Borough Market, and flocking to the banks of the Thames to enjoy some of Britain's biggest
attractions such as Tate Modern and Shakespeare's Globe. Despite Southwark's many popular draws, instant calm can be achieved easily by turning down almost any side street. For more urban buzz, a quick stroll across famed bridges like the pedestrianized Millennium Bridge or the ever photogenic Tower Bridge yields access to the very core of Central London. And with London Bridge Station as this neighbourhood's main transportation hub, getting across town (or to anywhere in England for that matter) is a relative breeze.
The only stair is the one leading down into the museum. It is an old building so it is not a flat concrete floor. I would say that if you can get down the front stairs you can easily get around in the museum