Jedburgh Castle Jail & Museum
£55.00 Per Person 25/09/2021
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Jedburgh Castle Jail And Museum
The Jail was built in 1823 on the site of Jedburgh’s medieval castle, which was destroyed in 1409. The new jail was designed by Archibald Elliot as a Howard Reform prison, a result of agitation by social advocate John Howard. It may look like a medieval castle on the outside, but inside is a different story.
When it was built the Jedburgh prison was considered a model for other gaols. The jail closed in 1868
Poltergeist activity and ghostly apparitions as well as other activity this location has been described as very sinister and over the years many deaths have happened and the spirits all have their own stories to tell
Dare you join us and enter this sinister location!!!