Satisfying some people's morbid curiosities is this 1891 jail, built by railroad magnate Henry Flagler and placed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1987. Yes, there's history here—the Old Jail served as the county jail until 1953—but there's also cheese, lots of it. Tour guides fronting as comedians are a turn-off to many people who just want to hear the cold hard facts of old world incarceration. At times during some of these tours, you, too, may feel incarcerated. If you can get past the tackiness, there's some truly fascinating history in here and, for fans of the paranormal, allegedly some ghostly jailbirds as well.