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All reviews prison life well worth a visit audio guide police station condemned cell interesting place to visit victorian times joint ticket great insight rainy day interesting building value for money real sense information boards wander around couple of hours prisoners
Found this place very interesting. Not something one would expect to visit on a tour. They provide no guides but our tour guide was very informative. Lots of signage to explain things. Especially found the baby rocking set up interesting. Mom could rock a fretful...More
Excellent museum the whole place felt very earie lots of information plaques about the different People who had been locked up here or died at the hands of the hangman .a hidden gem normally I am in and out of museum's but stayed here quite...More
Best bit of history on the Island well worth a visit... spooky in part but great fun... Not many people know its there.... Just off Rosemary lane... As it was In the day... loved the Atmosphere and you can imagine the harsh conditions.
£16.70 entry for family of 4, but cards not accepted, so make sure you have enough cash. Loads to see, and loads of information to read all the way round, so make sure you allow at least a couple of hours. Access to most of...More
Best to visit the Gaol after the Courthouse and buy a combined ticket for best value. The gaol is far larger than expected, with lots if interesting stories. It is cold inside, and we felt quite releaved to leave at the end of the visit,...More
Was good walking round, makes you think about what people use to go through, compared to criminals now! If it’s open I would recommend going but if it’s shut, don’t think you have missed anything. Was ok!
This place gives you a sense of the reality in prisons of the past. Even the guards didn't have a great life. There are a few old and dusty cheesy mannequins but the look into prison life for men and women was interesting and sad....More