Wicklow’s Historic Gaol 1710-1924 in Wicklow

Wicklow’s Historic Gaol 1710-1924 is located in Wicklow (county of Wicklow)

Address: Kilmantin Hill, Wicklow

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Phone: 0404 61599
E-mail: info@wicklowshistoricgaol.com

Wicklow Gaol is an atmospheric jail museum experience offering visitors a glimpse of life in prisons of the past. As one of Ireland’s top tourist destinations, Wicklow Gaol tells the story of its prisoners through an interactive tour led by experienced and passionate actor guides. The jail building is three stories in height with an extensive basement and yard area. The walls are constructed from thick granite slabs and rubble stone. Wicklow Gaol was originally built in the late eighteenth century though there has been a jail on the site since 1702. The present structure dates to 1842-3 with major renovation work occurring in the late 1990s.


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