Tarbert Bridewell, Courthouse and Jail in Tarbert

Tarbert Bridewell, Courthouse and Jail is located in Tarbert (county of Kerry)

Address: , Tarbert

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Phone: 068 36500
E-mail: tarbertbridewell@eircom.net

Tarbert Bridewell Courthouse & Jail was built in 1831 and depicts the rough justice meted out in 19th Century Ireland. The Exhibition features a Spine Chilling re-creation of the Judicial and Prison system in the 1830’s. Meet the accused Thomas Dillon, share his anguish and follow his trial and judgement. The life size models – Court Room – Prison Cells – Exercise Yards and Keepers Quarters are a grim reminder of the intolerant judicial regime of impoverished 19th century Ireland. Exhibitions include: An exhibition of the Judicial system in the 1800’s in Tarbert & the Munster Circuit. The Land League flag of Tarbert. John Redmond defended locals in Tarbert Bridewell. Information on the Famine. Information on the Leslie family of Tarbert House.


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