This museum provides an interesting perspective into the history of the ‘clink’ prison. We enjoyed our visit here and would recommend it for families with children.
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Myself and my partner were doing London on a bit of a budget and after some research I came across the clink museum. Great location so we managed to do a few activities in the one area eg Burgh Market. Great price - £7.50 per...More
Stumbled across this museum by accident but well worth a visit. Gruesome but entertaining too - good balance of hands-on, information and exhibits. Fun free photo at the end. Well worth a visit.
Genuine prison which was once attatched to the Winchester palace, you can see the remains of the palace 10 seconds away from the prison, lots to see and learn about, all them paddles and chains and the masters whip and all that hard prison living,...More
creepy feel museum, nothing that jumps out to scare you which I liked alot ! alot of interesting information. fun to get to touch everything and get the real feel of how the clink prison operated. Well worth the money
This museum is great value for money, and is often missed off the tourist beat. A little place with huge history, where macabre and sadistic punishments were meted out to those unlucky enough to be caught and locked up... in the Clink. The atmospheric museum...More
A mix between an old prison and a fair house of horror.Interesting information,old torture instruments,realistic false beheaded people,all of this accompanied by a horror movie sound background.No need more than 30-40 minutes to see it all.
Happen down the alleyway that leads to The Golden Hinde. This little gem is just round the corner from Vinopolis and close to the ruins of the Bishop's Palace - the medieval bling palace of the onetime big cheese of the rebel Borough. One of...More