Attraction in South Bank
On the site of the original cllink prison, this fascinating exhibition examines some of London's unsavoury past. From the 12th century until its destruction in 1780 its inmates have ranged from priests to prostitutes.
'The Clink' - the prison that gave its name to all others.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
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