Visiting Buckingham Old Gaol Museum
Loads of stuff, from fossils to the army - and a horrible cell they kept prisoners in!
Located in the heart of historic market town of Buckingham, the iconic Old Gaol was built in 1748 in the style of a castle, with later additions in 1839 by the famous local architect George Gilbert Scott. It is one of the key visitor attractions of Buckingham.
The purpose-built prison is now a museum tracing the history of Buckingham and the surrounding area. It also has, a tourist information centre, a gift shop and second hand bookstore, and the Exercise Yard is a unique venue to hire.
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Restrictions on the above facilities
Disabled access to part of building only
The Old Gaol
Telephone: 01280 823020
Monday to Saturday, 10.00am to 4.00pm (last admsissions 3.30pm)
children £2.00 (under fives free)
Families (two adults and up to three children) £9.00