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The old staff house that houses the museum is just inside the prison gates. Huge staff and visitor parking lot outside the gate and you park and walk in. Four room museum house is packed with history. One wall for Johnny Cash and the rest...More
This museum although small is very interesting. Admission is only $2 and the staff interesting and informative. There is a short video about the building of the museum which was worth the time and the rest of the museum had interesting artifacts from previous wardens,...More
Just 30 minutes is all that it would take to go through the Folsom prison Museum it's really a small converted house. You might even be able to get through there a lot quicker if you don't read every little thing that they have printed...More
The adventure starts the minute you turn onto the road leading to the Prison. You cant help but think a little about what it would be like if you knew you were not going to be leaving. The museum is small, but interesting. A Huell...More
You can see the front arched entrance to the prison. The museum contains artifacts taken from prisoners and various items inmates had made like a ferris wheel made of toothpicks. Folsom prison's history is displayed through pictures, a video and other memorabelia. Johnny Cash's concert...More
The museum was small but had several exhibits and the video about the prison. I had not realized that seventeen movies were actually filmed based on life in this prison. The attention to detail was clear.