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National Justice Museum celebrates the life of its patron Lord Judge

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National Justice Museum celebrates the life of its patron Lord Judge. Lord Judge was the former Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales and patron of our organisation.


National Justice Museum and City of Caves Recognized as Tripadvisor® 2023 Travellers’ Choice® Award Winners

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Two iconic Nottingham attractions, the National Justice Museum and the City of Caves, today announced they have each been recognized by Tripadvisor as a 2023 Travellers’ Choice award winner. The coveted award celebrates businesses that have consistently received great traveller reviews on Tripadvisor over the last 12 months, placing these winners among the 10% of all listings on Tripadvisor globally.


An iconic piece of LGBTQ+ history returns to public display at the National Justice Museum

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Oscar Wilde’s cell door from Reading Gaol, where he was incarcerated for “gross indecency”, was previously loaned to Queer Britain in London


National Justice Museum is awarded a £249,996 grant by The National Lottery Heritage Fund

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The funding will allow the iconic Nottingham venue to create new job roles, deliver more workshops across the country, and create a brand-new escape room attraction.


Immersive, site-specific performances come to the National Justice Museum for one day only

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Four experimental performances will be scattered throughout the historic gaol for curious visitors to find


National Justice Museum's Open Court podcast back for a second season

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Retired Judge and former Barrister John Burgess leads a series of interviews taking you behind the scenes of the Justice system


Family devastation brought closer to home in knife crime prevention workshops

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The heart-breaking accounts of Nottinghamshire families who lost loved ones to knife crime will be added to an award-winning workshop.


National Justice Museum announce recipient of £1000 photography award

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The National Justice Museum has announced the recipient of a £1000 prize as part of their Freedom photography exhibition. The award includes a creative residency at the National Justice Museum in 2023 with a £1,000 budget, decided by a panel of esteemed and expert photographers Brian Griffin, Amanda Sinclair, and Ofilaye.


National Justice Museum recognised as one of England’s outstanding cultural organisations through Arts Council England’s National Portfolio

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The scheme highlights leading arts and heritage organisations in the country and comes with over £700,000 of investment for the Lace Market venue


National Justice Museum’s new open-call photography exhibition, Freedom, to open in November

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The exhibition opens on Saturday 12th November and will feature over 200 black and white images submitted by the public


The National Justice Museum explores untold stories of Black presence

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Tours, events, and displays are planned throughout October in the culmination of months of research into Black presence at the historic site


National Justice Museum opens call out for object donations from Black Legal Professionals

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The National Justice Museum is looking to expand its collection to reflect the diversity within the legal profession, and to share the lived experiences and the contributions made by Black legal professionals.

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