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The Clink Prison Museum

Built upon the original site of The Clink Prison, which dates back to 1144, making it one of England’s oldest and most notorious prisons, The Clink Prison Museum’s visitors will learn all about the scandalous truth of Old Bankside through a hands-on educational experience. Guests will get the Read More


Location
1 Clink Street, SE1 9DG
Area
Borough Market
Phone
+44 20 7403 0900
Website
http://www.clink.co.uk
Email
[email protected]

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Recent Reviews
Gives an incredible insight to the abhorrent past of the area. While it is geared towards the whole family, you still get a real sense of the immeasurable suffering prisoners went through, as well as the stunning hypocrisy of the church led administration. It may not be a long tour, but if you are paying attention it will be a very moving one.Read more
Me & my daughter decided to pop into the museum after we were walking past from having breakfast nearby, we live in Southwark so it interested us. For £8 (£6 For my daughter who got a University consession) the lovely girl at the box office advised us to go slow. Yes, this is a tiny little museum but full of facts, things to touch and try on. We not only learned about the prison, which creepily has an original wall, but we had a laugh posing with the statues & torture equipment. There may be other free museums but this is only a few pounds, its hands on and then you get a FREE fun photo at the end (We managed to do 2) How many attractions offer that? Small gift shop & the staff were really friendly.. What more do you want for 8 quid?Read more
this museum is situated near the Thames and is an excellent place to visit! well thought out and instructive as well as entertaining for the whole family. provides historical information which is very good. very reasonable entry prices for London.Read more
I went to the Clink Prison with my niece as she really wanted to go there. I was pleasantly surprised at how informative it was and how well laid out it was. There was a bit of fun counting the vermin on the way round and a free photo at the end. Really great value for money and great bit of history.Read more
This was a great museum. The history of the prison was artfully presented and I can’t believe how much we learned about this horrifying history of torture and mistreatment. Seeing the actual torture devices was fascinating and a bit terrifying too. Read more