There is no need for any kind of introduction to Cellular Prison as soon as the dark color symbol of colonialism and Indian freedom fights. A copy of the accident was this prison, and it still reflects the screams of those who had struggled with the British people to gain full freedom and to live in a free India. Cellular Jail was known as Kala Pani and as the location of prisoners in Andaman was, there were fewer opportunities to flee from prison and return to the coast.
But now it is a reflection of the turmoil experienced by Indian freedom fighters. Tourists from all over the world visit Cellular Prison while traveling through Andaman. The large buildings with more cells and towering walls are really strong. There are seven wings inside and all wings are connected to a central tower where the British army men looked at the prisoners.
At present, the national memorial was built in the early 20th century, from 1986 to 1906. A first feature of the architecture is the use of unique, from Burma, puce-colored stone.
Schedule: It is open to the public from kl. 09:00 to 01:00 and from kl. 14:00 to 17:00.
Entrance fee: for adults and children from 5 years: INR 10 per person. Person For photo camera: INR 25 and camcorder: INR 100
Highlight: The showcase designed to convey the story of the existence of Cellular Prison is an important highlight.
Location: It is located in Atlanta Point, which takes about 18 minutes to reach Port Blair.