Old Gaol Museum, Buckingham
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
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.To visit Old Gaol Museum on your trip to Stowe, use our Stowe travel itinerary planner.
The purpose-built prison is now a museum, a tourist information centre, a gift shop, a second hand bookstore and a unique venue to hire.
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A lovely local attraction centred in the middle of Buckingham. A beautifully preserved building, great displays and very interesting information provided about the local history of the town! Can recom... read more »
You can't miss the building if you're in Buckingham, it's situated right in the main street. It also houses the Tourist Information Centre. Entry at £3.50 was, I thought at first, a bit steep, but the... read more »
The Old Gaol Museum really demonstrates Buckingham through the ages and the history of the town and surrounding villages. Highly recommended
Stumbled across this place on a random bike ride. Lovely building in a lovely town
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