A museum set within the former prison walls at Peterhead, once known as the most notorious prison in Scotland and the location of the only time the S.A.S were used in Britain to end a domestic siege after an officer was held hostage on the roof tops for 4 days.
Walk through time from 1888 when it first opened its doors to 2013 when it closed and witness how life was for staff serving in this prison.
Hear some staff members speak of their experiences as you make your way through the halls, reception, shower block, court room segregation wing, silent cell and hospital. Sense the tension of daily work within the red granite buildings and try to imagine how it would have felt working in this environment on a daily basis.
You will share the staffs experiences while standing at key locations within the 6 acre site and leave knowing you have just visited Scotland's toughest jail.