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We visited the prison cells during an open day. They were very interesting. The guide was very knowledgeable. Well worth a visit if you are in the area. Not sure whether they are open all the time or on special days. We just happened to...More
You could easily miss this small museum hidden at the end of a tunnel next to the Guildhall. As others have commented, it's really only the last few cells used by the local courts but the history of the prison and local heresy trials is...More
Found this in a guide to Lichfield and was delighted to find it open when we visited. Really old and interesting place to visit. It looks like you are walking through a tunnel with the prison cells at the end.
There as a booklet with...More
Firstly where can you get a cup of tea and a slice of home made cake for two pounds. The prison museum is small but interesting the whole of the building is architecturally fascinating. We have been to Litchfield many times and never visited the...More
Been to Lichfield a few times but never seen the Prison Cells before and it was free entry. Very friendly man at the door gives one a leaflet and you are free to go. there is only a few cells but lots of infoon the...More
Visited with Lichfield District Tourism Association. Very interesting and accessible and everything has highly informative signage. A very interesting place and a sound history lesson about Lichfield. The Guildhall itself is a beautiful and well maintained building with a rich history and a doorway through...More