National Justice Museum

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The National Justice Museum is a registered charity operating two national visitor attractions in Nottingham: the National Justice Museum in High Pavement, and the City of Caves in Garners Hill. The Museum inspires people of all ages with its fun and engaging visitor experiences on both sites, and exhibitions and educational programmes relating to justice and what it means in everyday life.

The Museum also has 25-years of experience of running award-winning learning programmes related to the law and justice. These are for primary and secondary schools, universities and colleges. The programmes cover all aspects of the legal system including highly topical and challenging issues within our society such as bullying, anti-social behaviour and knife-crime. They are delivered within contemporary and historic courtrooms in London, Nottingham and Manchester.

Visit The National Justice Museum’s website here.

Virtual tours

The National Justice Museum currently offers two exciting virtual tours for you to enjoy from home, free of charge! Check them out using the links below.

Constraint restraint exhibition

Washing, dancing, singing: women living and working in prison