Crime and Law ​(holiday package for groups)

This activity is only available outside of standard term time.

Through an interactive guided tour at the Greater Manchester Police Museum, students will explore crime and punishment through time. Tours are led by retired Police Officers who will share their insight and expertise with the group.

The group will then take part in a one hour courtroom workshop led by our legal education team in the Victorian Magistrates’ Court onsite at the Museum. In this activity students will learn more about how the courts work as they enact a trial, taking on roles such as the judge, jury, barristers, witnesses and defendant.

Curriculum Links: SMSC, History, PSHE, Law & English

Duration: 2 hours, (either 10am-12pm or 1-3pm)

Location: Greater Manchester Police Museum

Cost: £5 pp This is a special holiday offer (usual term-time cost is £7.50 pp). Accompanying adults free of charge.

Minimum group sizes apply. Maximum of 40 students per session.  Ideal for summer holiday clubs and Youth Groups.

Additional benefits: 

  • Free parking for minibuses available at the back of the Museum (please request at time of booking)
  • Exclusive access to the site – the museum is closed to other groups during this activity
  • Lunch space is available at the Museum

Booking & Enquiries

To book or to find out more, fill out an enquiry form, email education@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk or call 0115 993 9811