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This place gives an interesting insight in to the justice systems of 200 years ago, and the "living" conditions of the prisoners and the jailers.. It is extremely well presented , with tableaux of the various stages the prisoner went through , from arrest to...More
The bridewell, where people charged with a crime were kept in small cells for perhaps days awaiting trial, was built almost two hundred years ago and was restored as a museum by the local community in recent years. A great job they did too -...More
Visited this village whilst driving the Ring of Kerry. Although the village isn't as much of a tourist honeypot as some others this wee prison a a gem. The welcome from the tour guide and locals in the cafe was warm, friendly and lovely. The...More
We toured this jail with a guide who obviously is very passionate about history and the history of this jail in particular. She was entertaining and the tour included interesting stories about real people who had spent time in the jail. Highly recommended.
This is a true gem of a building, carefully restored by the local community and run by extremely interested people. The tour is informative and well laid out and we were able to see all the parts of the building as they were in the...More
Wow what a great place to visit. Fantastic history tour of this museum and area. Lovely friendly coffee shop with smashing souvenirs. The Staff were so friendly helpful and made us feel so welcome. They couldn't do enough to help with suggestions of where to...More
I highly recommend this place. We had to wait for the ferry to Killimer for an hour and stopped by at the little museum. First we thought it was just good for killing some time but at the very end we missed the next ferry...More
The Bridewell Museum is worth a visit, one of the last left open of the 8 Bridewells. You can have a guided tour, or go round on your own.It has a great insight of what it was really like to go to jail in those...More
Stopped by here on purpose to see it but we didn't have any cash - they wouldn't take any debit or credit cards... The lady at the desk didn't apologise about this or offer any suggestions. Couldn't find a bank machine in the town so...More