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Super Sleepover

Complete your Cubs Nights Away Staged Activity Badge and Brownies Adventure Badge!  From discovering our horrible history, to exploring 5 floors underground at Nottingham’s National Justice Museum provides an adventurous, fun-filled sleep over and encourages a sense of independence for your group members!

Sleepovers can be booked any day of the week subject to availability.

25-30 children: £40.00 per person
31-40 children: £35.00 per person
1 adult for every ten children booked goes free of charge.
Our maximum capacity for sleepovers is 40 children. A minimum of 25 children are required for a booking.

Sleepover Includes:
Access to our prison cells, caves, dungeons and exhibitions
Activity and trail sheets

Essential Information:
On arrival your group will be met by a member of our team who will then deliver a fire and safety talk.

Your group will then be left on your own for the duration of the sleepover and will be able to access the Museum and exhibitions (trial sheets provided) A DBS checked security guard will be on duty all night. Breakfast is served at 7am the following morning.

How long does our sleepover last?
Our sleepovers start from 6pm and finish at 8am the next day.

Do you have separate sleeping quarters for young people and leaders?
Yes. The young people in your group will have sleeping accommodation in our Grand Jury Room. Group Leaders will sleep in an area known as The Magistrates Suite, which is situated next door to the Grand Jury Room.

Can we come and look around the spaces and the venue before we make a booking?
Yes. It is mandatory for group leaders to come and visit our venue and see the rooms where you will be sleeping along with the other areas of the museum beforehand. This must be booked in advance.

Do you have risk assessments?
A risk assessment is available for sleepovers. Group leaders must also agree to our terms and conditions prior to the visit.

What is provided for breakfast?
A variety of cereals with milk, orange juice and biscuits is provided as well as tea and coffee for group leaders.
Dietary requirements and allergies must be communicated in advance.

Do you have disabled access?
Yes. The museum consists of five floors with lift access on the first and second floor and from our exercise yard outside. Due to the nature of the building, there will be some areas that may not be accessible to all. The reception desk and disabled toilets are all on the same floor.

What should we bring?
Sleeping Bag
Roll Mat
Warm Clothes
Own pack supper
Water Bottle

Responsibility of Group Leaders
Group leaders are responsible for the safety of their group at all times.
Group leaders are responsible for ensuring group adheres to the house rules set out in the fire and safety talk. Addressing behavior of children in your group if they impact on the rest of the group.

Do we need to pre-book?
Yes. You must pre book your sleepover in advance. We advise you do this as soon as possible due to popular demand.

How do we book?
Call us on 0115 9520555 (select option 2) or email us at info@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk

Please do not hesitate to get in touch if you have any further questions or queries relating to our Super Sleepovers.
Call: 0115 9520555 (option 6) or email: info@nationaljusticemuseum.org.uk