If you ever wondered what it was like to be in jail in the 1930's, 1940's, 1950's well just step inside. This was originally the Caldwell County Courthouse before it was converted to a jail. Some real interesting local history. Don't be shy about asking...更多
The converted jail to museum was very interesting. The architecture of the jail is amazing, looking like a castle emerging from the landscape. The actual cells are still available for viewing. They appear to me to have been a really good deterrent to crime. The...更多
The jail operated until rather recently. Have the staff explain how it was laid out when the jailer's family lived downstairs. Several rooms contain artifacts that provide insight into life in central Texas cattle country during the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Small admission...更多
We had lunch at Black's and went on a walk around the square in Lockhart. We ended up at the jail, and spent the couple of bucks to take the tour. The nice lady gave us her speech, and we opened the screechie door to...更多
I took my grandson to see the "Jail Museum" a few years ago....He enjoyed the visit and we took a couple of pictures so he could share his experience with classmates.
It was good visit that we both enjoyed.