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‘Freed Soul’: the letters of Charlotte Bryant

For Women’s History Month 2021, we’re sharing a collection of letters from our archives. These letters from Charlotte Bryant offer a different view of her controversial case. About the case Charlotte’s arrest and trial for the murder of her husband Frederick created a public frenzy in the 1930s. She was arrested after her husband experienced […]

Join the journey with National Justice Museum

After undertaking a placement at the museum earlier this year, Nottingham Trent University student Krysalyn Quainoo returned to the National Justice Museum to see the new exhibition spaces. Here, she blogs about the Journey to Justice temporary exhibition: The Journey to Justice is just one of the exhibitions the National Justice Museum is holding. Journey […]

The New National Justice Museum – or may I say, International?

The below blog post is written by Edward Hammond, a student volunteer. Edward finished his placement with us back in January/February and wanted to revisit to see the changes. Here he shares his thoughts in a blog. The decision to name the new museum, formerly the Galleries of Justice Museum, as the ‘National Justice Museum’ is without […]


My experience of the new-look National Justice Museum

Sam Croxton, a student from Nottingham Trent University who has been on placement at the Museum blogs about the redevelopments  I had visited the National Justice Museum 3 years ago with my Sixth Form as one of the many schools who visit regularly on school trips, and I have to say my recent return was […]


New Interactive World

Jonny Parker is a Nottingham Trent University student undertaking a placement at the National Justice Museum. Here, he reflects on the newly redeveloped Crime Gallery, the museum’s new orientation space, and the interactives for family visitors. Upon my first visit to the newly refurbished National Justice Museum, I cannot help but be struck by just […]


What I find inspiring at the new National Justice Museum

Nottingham Trent University Arts and Humanities at Work Placement student, Mia Penny, has been exploring the new exhibitions and performances at the National Justice Museum. Here, she blogs about what she found most interesting and inspiring.  The new and improved National Justice Museum, is now re-open for the public to explore. The museum is now […]