Southwell Workhouse

March 01, 2020
Southwell Workhouse

Southwell, Nottinghamshire

Today the Workhouse in Southwell is a fascinating National Trust property you can visit, described by the trust as the best-preserved workhouse in England. The abandoned rooms and corridors of this 19th-century workhouse once housed the poorest in society and today have a creepy vibe about them. The large complex was built in 1824 and later became a care home before eventually closing in the early 1990s. Like many other workhouses, those housed here endured gruelling labor, misery and suffering, it's no wonder that today Southwell Workhouse is said to be haunted.

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