Crime & Punishment Museum, Ashburn
Categories: Specialty Museums, Museums
Not to be confused with National Museum of Crime & PunishmentTurner County Jail, also known as Turner Castle and now the Crime and Punishment Museum and home to The Last Meal Cafe, is a historic jail building in Ashburn, Georgia. It was added to the National Register of Historic Places on August 26, 1982. The building is located at 200 College Street.See alsoNational Register of Historic Places listings in Turner County, GeorgiaExternal linksCrime and Punishment Museum websiteFor travelers who use our online itinerary creator, Ashburn holidays become easier to arrange, with trips to the Crime & Punishment Museum and other attractions mapped out and timetabled.
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Our tour guide, Ashley, was fantastic!! We had so much fun listening to her local stories and learning more about Ashburn. Do not miss this interesting museum and piece of Georgia history-it was a gre... read more »
We took a night tour throughout the jail with Ghost Chasers , it was a great lesson about the place. This place is most definitely haunted! No doubt in my mind at all!
We have passed by Ashburn many time on our travels on Inter. 75 and finally decided to make a trip to the museum. It was fantastic! The people at the Champer of Commerce was extremely friendly and hel... read more »
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