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Albany Museum-Provost Prison

Grahamstown, South Africa
+27 46 622 2312
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A bit of history repurposed for use!

The visitor wanting to see the interior of the old Provost military prison no longer needs to make... read more

Reviewed 26 June 2016
Jilldutoit
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Port Elizabeth, South Africa
Try the coffee!

Not only is this an interesting historical site, it is also an excellent coffee spot - not to be... read more

Reviewed 15 June 2015
BernHub
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Grahamstown, South Africa
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26 Jun 2016
“A bit of history repurposed for use!”
15 Jun 2015
“Try the coffee!”
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Grahamstown, South Africa
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+27 46 622 2312
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Reviewed 26 June 2016

The visitor wanting to see the interior of the old Provost military prison no longer needs to make an appointment to visit - all that is required is to stroll in and satisfy your curiosity whilst enjoying a hot coffee! What a good idea it...More

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Reviewed 15 June 2015

Not only is this an interesting historical site, it is also an excellent coffee spot - not to be missed!

Thank BernHub
Reviewed 11 October 2012

The prison was designed in 1835 by the Royal Engineers. The cells are arranged in a semicircle and has a guard-house overlooking the cells. It is part of the Albany Museum Complex but is only open by appointment. We did not make an appointment and...More

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Reviewed 25 October 2016 via mobile
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Reviewed 13 October 2013
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