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The Swedish Prison Museum is housed in a former prison building, now completely converted into an exhibition space. They can be visited independently or with a guide. The visit usually takes about 1-1.5 hours.
Permanent exhibitions are divided into two parts. The first is devoted to the system of punishments applied by the prison reform carried out in the 19th century. The dioramas and exhibitions show, among others, mapped interior of the castle dungeons, pillars and tools for carrying out executions. The second part of the exhibitions shows the interior of a much more modern prison, broken down into cells for individual prisoners.
The museum building served as a prison from 1890 to 1986. It housed 66 cells and 3 dark cells, serving as isolation rooms for additional punishment.