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National Justice Museum included in Lonely Planet’s Ultimate UK Travel List

We’re delighted that the National Justice Museum has been chosen as one of the 500 top experiences and hidden gems in Great Britain, Northern Ireland and the Channel Islands. In total, 34 sights and experiences across The Midlands and the Marches feature in the list, including Nottingham pub Ye Olde Trip to Jerusalem and poet […]


What was the ‘Bloody Code’?

In 1723 a system known as the Bloody Code was established in Britain, which imposed the death penalty for over 200 offences – many of which were surprisingly trivial.  The Waltham Black Act 1723 was brought in as an emergency measure to deal with deer-stealing, and other activities in the royal forests, of men who […]


Choices and Consequences, Nottingham A New Anti-Knife Crime Exhibition And Workshops Centre In The Midlands

Choices and Consequences, Nottingham A New Anti-Knife Crime Exhibition And Workshops Centre In The Midlands The Ben Kinsella Trust and the National Justice Museum have worked in partnership to open a new anti-knife crime Choices and Consequencesexhibition centre and workshops serving Nottingham, and the wider Midlands region. Choices and Consequence, Nottinghamwill adopt the ground-breaking early […]


CITY OF CAVES ENTRANCE MOVES FROM THE ‘UPSIDE, DOWN’

It’s ‘upside down’ at the City of Caves, this February – because the main entrance to this popular attraction is moving from the upper mall in intu Broadmarsh to the bottom of the steps at the back of Nottingham Contemporary. The change, from 25 February 2019, will enable the City of Caves to remain open […]


Nottingham’s National Justice Museum Receives Prestigious Award

Nottingham’s National Justice Museum has received a prestigious Sandford Award for Heritage Education. The Sandford Award recognises quality education services at heritage sites, museums, archives and collections across Britain. It is managed by Bishop Grosseteste University, Lincoln, in partnership with the Heritage Education Trust. Gill Brailey, Director of Learning for the National Justice Museum said: […]

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Calling All Superhero Fans! The National Justice Museum Needs You

SUPERHEROES is an exciting new summer exhibition opening 28 JULY 2018 Are you a Superhero fan, would you like to participate in the creation of the exhibition? Do you have a favourite Superhero item or a comic book that you would like to lend to us to be displayed alongside your thoughts about what makes […]


Competition: Calling All Superhero Kids!

Create a new superhero and see it immortalised in graffiti as part of a new exhibition. SUPERHEROES is an exciting new summer exhibition opening at the National Justice Museum 28 JULY 2018 Have you ever thought what sort of superhero you would like to be, or create?  We are running a competition to design your […]


Unique Connections Charity Networking Dinner 2018

Photographs from the Unique Connections Charity Networking Dinner held at Alea, Nottingham on 15 March 2018.                                                                


NEW CEO APPOINTED AT THE NATIONAL JUSTICE MUSEUM

The National Justice Museum today, Tuesday, 5 December 2017, announces the appointment of Victoria Reeves, previously a leader and senior manager for the National Trust in the Midlands, as its new Chief Executive Officer. Victoria was General Manager of the National Trust’s ‘Derby portfolio’ of prestige properties, including the international visitor attractions of Kedleston Hall, […]


THE NATIONAL JUSTICE MUSEUM SCOOPS PRESTIGIOUS AWARD AT ‘THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE TOURISM AWARDS 2017’

THE NOTTINGHAMSHIRE TOURISM AWARDS are a celebration of the tourism industry in the county and one team in particular, from the National Justice Museum (formerly the Galleries of Justice Museum), jumped for joy after the glittering ceremony hosted by TV chef Dean Edwards, at the Crowne Plaza in Nottingham on 26th October.  More than 70 […]

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