National Justice Museum
At the National Justice Museum, we help people of all ages to gain a practical understanding of the law and justice system, so they are inspired by their rights and responsibilities to play an active role in society.
A leader in public legal education and an independent museum, our education programmes are delivered in courtrooms in Nottingham, London and the North West.
Based in Nottingham’s former Shire Hall and County Gaol, the Grade II* listed building features a Victorian criminal and civil courtroom, an Edwardian police station and several exhibitions which explore the fascinating history of justice through time. The Museum also houses over 40,000 artefacts that cover the British Criminal Justice System.
The City of Caves is also part of the National Justice Museum and explores stories of social justice within Nottingham’s largest historic sandstone caves and the country’s only underground medieval tannery.
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