Category: County Down Gaol

Down County Museum

Down County Museum is housed in the imposing old gaol of Downpatrick, which opened in 1796 and closed in 1830. With its tall outer walls and original buildings and cells, this is the best–preserved Georgian gaol in Ireland. The buildings consist of gatehouses at the front of the complex, a central Governor’s Residence building and …

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