Sunday 30 April
Trial of William Saville at the National Justice Museum
Visit the National Justice Museum for Big Day Out to experience a thrilling actor-led re-enactment of the trial of William Saville in the museum’s authentic Courtroom. Saville was tried, convicted and executed for the murder of his wife and children at the Shire Hall – the very location where this re-enactment takes place.
Trials start at 10.30am, 11.30am, 12.30pm, 2pm and 3pm on Sunday 30 April
Please note that the above Big Day Out event is separate from regular National Justice Museum events and does not give admittance to certain paid areas of the museum.
Booking for this event is essential as there is a maximum 80 people per session.