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CASTLE MUSEUM

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Former debtors' prison, now a museum. Built as the County Gaol in 1701-05 and altered and extended between 1824 and 1835. The building was converted into a museum circa 1950 and restored in 1966. It stands south of Clifford's Tower, in the former bailey. The building is three storeyed, with a central range and clock turret flanked by projecting wings.

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