Following the government announcement of the lifting of restrictions from 19 July we would like to update visitors to the National Justice Museum and City of Caves on our COVID procedures.
To ensure the safety of our visitors and staff we will continue to follow many of the procedures which have been in place to comply with Covid safety measures.
- We will continue to operate a booking system with entry slots (though we will still welcome walk-up visitors)
- The one-way system will stay in place at both venues, with some tweaks at the museum to allow for access to the courtroom performances
- We respectfully ask that in all indoor spaces a mask is still worn to protect our staff and out of respect for others around you, our staff will still be wearing masks or visors to protect themselves and others
- Please still maintain a distance from others
- Our much loved courtroom performances from our amazing interpreter team will now re-start, with more performances each day to allow for distancing within the courtroom
- The caves will continue to operate on an audio tour basis
- From 26th July until 5th September both venues will move to 7 day opening
As before please do not visit if you feel un well or should be self-isolating. We are always more than happy to rearrange visits should you need to.
Finally please do enjoy your visit and tell others about it! Our team are all so thrilled to be open again and able to tell you the wonderful stories of our spaces.