Clink Prison Museum
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Clink Prison Museum information
This one-time private jail in the park of Winchester Palace, a 32-hectare area known as the Liberty of the Clink and under the jurisdiction of the bishops of Winchester and not the City, was used to detain debtors, prostitutes, thieves and numerous Protestants and Catholics during the Reformation.