Inverary Jail is a Georgian prison and courthouse that lies at the top of Church Street in Inverary, situated on the western side of Loch Fyne in Argyll, Scotland. This living museum depicts scenes from real life and is also interactive, which affords visitors the opportunity to experience what it must have been like at the time and to receive punishment in the flesh 200 years ago. Audio guides in six languages unlock the reality of incarceration in this jail for foreign visitors. Groups, whether special-interest or school groups, are all welcome. Are you interested in ghosts or the paranormal? Make a point of visiting this reportedly most-haunted place in Scotland. If you are a prison history buff or simply want to know what jails were like in the 19th century, visit Inverary Jail!