Due to Richland County's current Health Advisory, masks are required to enter & tour The Ohio State Reformatory. 

After years of loving it,
get busy living it. 

Go on location and tour the intact set of the 1994 classic, The Shawshank Redemption, the movie IMDB users call "the best film of all time."

Relive the timeless story of Andy and Red with other fans from around the world. Enjoy a life-changing experience at The Ohio State Reformatory—where you’ll find that hope really is a good thing, maybe the best of things. 



Tour Shawshank:

Hollywood’s Favorite Prison

As you walk where the actors walked, you can recreate moments from the film. And take a guided tour to hear behind-the-scenes stories about the making of "the world’s favorite movie."

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Director Frank Darabont and his wife Rae enjoyed their tour of the Shawshank Museum, August 17, 2019.

Do Time in the Shawshank Museum 

Immerse yourself in props, set pieces, costumes, and other treasures involved in the making of the Oscar-nominated film. And bring home exclusive, screen-matched prop replicas from the Museum Store, so you can relive your visit to the cherished movie site.


Travel the Shawshank Trail

Start your Shawshank journey at OSR, then visit all 15 sites along the trail. You'll find yourself so excited, you'll barely be able to sit still or hold a thought in your head. 

Learn More about the Shawshank Trail


Get busy planning your "escape." Join fans from around the world and feel the thrill and wonder inside Shawshank State Prison.



The Ohio State Reformatory
100 Reformatory Rd, Mansfield, OH 44905
Phone: (419) 522-2644 • Email: info@mrps.org

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Due to Richland County's current Health Advisory, masks are required to enter & tour The Ohio State Reformatory

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