National Justice Museum Education

Child wearing judge's gown and wig at Galleries of Justice Museum
National Justice Museum, Shire Hall,
High Pavement, Nottingham NG1 1HN

Opening Times:

Open seven days a week:

10.00 - 17.00

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National Justice Museum Education delivers curriculum-linked interactive educational programmes in courtrooms across the UK including at the National Justice Museum. Based at Nottingham’s old courthouse and gaol, the museum provides an interactive insight into crime, law and justice.

Contact Details:
Call 0115 9939 811 or email

Learning Programmes:
All of our activities are designed to engage learners in History and Citizenship and are based around the National Curriculum. Through experiential learning,pupils are encouraged to embrace the opportunity to learn about real objects in real places outside the classroom. 

Crime and Punishment, History, Citizenship, SMSC, British Values, Law, Sociology, Criminal Psychology and more.

National Justice Museum

Associated Resources

Prison and Penal Reform in the 1800s

Prison and Penal Reform in the 1800s

Looking at people like Elizabeth Fry who changed conditions in prison Read More »
Scold's Bridle - justice for women 400 years ago?

Scold's Bridle - justice for women 400 years ago?

A punishment for 'troublesome' women over 400 years ago Read More »

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