This is the original prison in the ancient city of Akha. There are underground and on the ground. The scale is quite large. The inside is gloomy. The cells are lined up, and they are not connected. The darkness does not see the sun. It is not good to be in prison. There are some game projects with local characteristics at the bottom, which is probably to reduce the horror atmosphere.
During the British control period, Fort Aker was the country’s main prison in the north. The prisoners included hundreds of members of the underground movement: Haganah, Irgun, and Lehi. The museum has new exhibition halls that describe their images, their daily lives in prison, the reasons for their escape from Ake prison, and Olei Hagardom (those set on the gallows People) story.