October through March
Except on Mondays, the prison is open all the other days of the week from 9:00 am to 12:30 pm and then again from 1:30 pm to 4:45 pm.
Feel the chill and terror as one walks through this place of human torture.
INR 5.00 is charged as an entry fee. T carry a still camera one needs to pay INR 10.00 and for a video camera, INR 50.0

Cellular Jail

This place is also called Kala Pani and was used as by the British to imprison those Indian revolutionaries who instilled thoughts of a free nation in the minds of the masses during the first war of independence. This place has a reputation of being the most torturous and inhuman of prisons on earth. Rebel from Indian, Karachi and Burma were also exiled here in the year 1896. During World War II, the prison was taken over by the Japanese and many British soldiers were then imprisoned here. The prison walls tell stories of how the Japanese would torture the prisoners here.