Jedburgh Castle Jail and Museum

Local name
LocationJedburgh, UK

Jedburgh Castle was a castle at Jedburgh in Scotland. It was fought over during the Wars of Scottish Independence, and was demolished by the Scots commanded by Sir James Douglas of Balvenie in 1409. The site of the original castle was used to build the reform prison based on John Howard system, the construction of which started in 1820.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jedburgh_Castle

Official Website https://www.scotborders.gov.uk/directory_record/10705/jedburgh_castle_jail_and_museum

Email museums@scotborders.gov.uk

Phone +44 (1835) 863254

Coordinates 55°28'26.982" N -2°33'32.505" E

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