Based at Nottingham’s historic courthouse and County Gaol, the National Justice Museum provides a creative learning experience for educational visits and school trips in Nottingham. Our vast museum provides an exciting insight into law, crime and justice.
Students will get the opportunity to:
- Explore key museum spaces with a dedicated education guide
- Come face to face with infamous historical characters
- Investigate a theme linked to a particular area of study
Duration: One hour for key stage 1, two hours for key stage 2+
Costs: From £7.50 per student for a half-day session (one museum workshop). £11 per student for a full-day (one museum workshop and one courtroom workshop)
Pupil numbers: Minimum 20 pupils (charges may apply for groups smaller than 20). Maximum capacity is 120 pupils (up to 30 per group).
You can combine a museum workshop with one of our Courtroom Workshops or an educational activity at the City of Caves