This is an exterior shot, showing how huge the House was. Although the second-story balconing existed during Billy the Kid's lifetime, the two connecting staircases were not built until years after his famous escape in 1881. The window to the second-story room in which Billy was held in, and from which he shot Bob Olinger, is concealed by the tree on the left.
Inside the House
This image shows the interior of one of the rooms in the House and some of the assorted artifacts that are on display. During the Lincoln County War, this was a billiard room.
This image shows the courtroom, located on the second-story. At the time Billy the Kid was held here, the courtroom was actually divided into several smaller rooms, one of which was the one where Billy was confind. In fact, the corner that is the center of this photo was the corner of Billy's room and the window the right is the one from which Billy shot and killed Bob Olinger.