The inside has been restored and can be rented out and they also do group tours to show the history of the building.
Here is the reception hall. I was at a wedding there and about 260 people were seated in here for dinner/dancing.
Here is a picture of the west cell block. It is separated from the restored areas but you can still get to it. It is amazing being in this building. The east cell block is the older wing and is 5 cells high. The west cell block is 6 cells high, making it the tallest prison cell block in the world.
Here is a painting that is still up from when the movie Air Force 1 was filmed here and it was supposed to be a Russian prison. This painting is in the reception hall. The painting is probably 15 feet off the ground and is 10 feet tall itself, just to give you an idea of how big the building and rooms are.
Here is what the typical hallway looks like. The tile looked original and the walls were painted to match.
This was part of the warden's quarters. It is where the wedding itself took place and seated about 60 people.
There was a room off to the side that was like a small museum giving historical information about the building. Here was a display:
Also in the museum:
Dental chair that was used to pull inmates teeth before getting the electric chair:
Old Safe in the Warden's Quarters:
Also part of the Warden's Quarters:
More pictures may be coming along with more history.