Children and Young Offenders in Prison Exhibition

Children and Young Offenders in Prison Exhibition

10am - 5.30pm (Last admission 4pm)

ADMISSION

Examines the history of children and young offenders in prison

This new exhibition examines the history of children and young offenders in prison, from the 18th century to the current day. You will find out how children and young offenders have been punished from the 19th century to the present day and learn about:

  • late 18th and early 19th century reformatory schools and industrial schools
  • 1907 borstals
  • 1930s approved schools
  • 1980s young offenders institutes
  • ASBOs, tagging and community sentences
  • Daily life for children and young offenders in prison today

Tickets

This exhibition is included within our general admission price (Adults £10.95, concessions available)


Location

National Justice Museum,
High Pavement, ,
Nottingham,
NG1 1HN
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