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The Clink Prison Museum

Benefit: Single Entry
Regular Price: Adult THB 298.80; Child THB 219.12
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Attraction Highlights

  • A free downloadable photograph
  • Visit the original site of the oldest prison in Britain
  • The Clink dates back to 1144 and spanned 600 years
  • Hear the tales of the inmates’ torture and misfortune
  • See artefacts and handle torture devices
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Important Notes
Tickets must be redeemed at the box office. Please have your iVenture Card present. A printed ticket must be shown upon arrival.

Inclusions:
  • A free downloadable photograph
  • Entrance to The Clink Prison Museum
  • Address Clink Street, London SE1 9DG
    Collection Information Tickets must be redeemed at the box office. Please have your iVenture Card present.
    Phone 20740309000
    Email: [email protected]
    Work Hours July to September - Mon-Sun 10.00-21.00
    Oct to Jun - Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00
    Sat-Sun 10.00-19.30
    Closed Days 24th - 26th December
    Website https://www.clink.co.uk

    What to expect

    Dating back to 1144, The Clink was the most notorious medieval prison in London and is today the oldest prison in Britain – although luckily it no longer keeps any criminals! With a rich and gruesome history that spans over 600 years, The Clink witnessed an incredible amount of social and political upheaval during it’s time.

    Learn about the raucous, unruly and wicked inhabitants of the prison, ranging from debtors, harlots, heretics, drunkards and even religious adversaries. Horrible histories and terrible tales of crimes and famed prisoners; see archaeological artefacts and handle old-style torture devices that would have been used to torment and punish.

    Situated in Southwark, which back in medieval times was a vibrant centre for debauched entertainment, take a self-guided tour around the museum, learn the scandalous truth of the medieval prison and get a photo taken which you can download after your visit.

    Things to look out for

    The Clink Prison History Guide Book.

    The history guide book is in full-colour with illustrations in English, French, Spanish, German and Italian. With a very useful timeline to help you understand English history during the time of The Clink, it is an educational memento to remind you of your visit to the museum. Please collect this book on arrival to enjoy the full experience.

    Helpful Tips

    You get a free photograph with your ticket that you can download during your visit. Take a picture together with your family, friends or on your own as a reminder of your visit.

    Important Notes

    Tickets must be redeemed at the box office. Please have your iVenture Card present. A printed ticket must be shown upon arrival.

    Inclusions:
  • A free downloadable photograph
  • Entrance to The Clink Prison Museum
  • Address Clink Street, London SE1 9DG
    Phone 20740309000
    Work Hours July to September - Mon-Sun 10.00-21.00
    Oct to Jun - Mon-Fri 10.00-18.00
    Sat-Sun 10.00-19.30
    Closed Days 24th - 26th December
    Website https://www.clink.co.uk