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Step back almost two centuries and discover the stories of the real men, women and children who were tried and served their sentences in this prison. Visit the Courtroom; explore the Cells in the Old and New Prisons; try out the wooden beds and...more
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We loved our visit to the Inveraray Jail. It was so interesting to see how the prison was all those years ago. We especially enjoyed the commentary of the guides. This is a must see when visiting Inveraray.
A really great way to spend a couple of hours. Advise visitors to use the audio guides (supplied free) as it gives lots of additional info. Great representation of the judicial system from years ago. We are far too lenient these days! Really helpful staff....More
We were on our first holiday with our puppy so wanted places where we could take him.
This was Number 1 when I searched 'Things to do in Scotland with a dog' so we thought we'd give it a go.
The staff are all very...More
We took our boys 9 & 12 here. We all had an audio tour, which was free, it made the experience so much more interesting. The commentary was engaging for the children, lots of details of nasty punishments.
I’d say you would spend a maximum...More
The Jail is a museum with interactive audio recordings as you go round with a unique insight into early criminals and their prison conditions. Great displays of old sign posters and even the jail records showing the punishment they received even that of a 10...More
We as a couple really enjoyed the visit to the jail. We learned loads in the sense of crimes , punishment, laws and how the people lived all those years ago.
It was set out well with a lot of information to support sights and...More