Tours & Exhibitions

The main building for the Galleries of Justice Museum is closed for renovation until 1st April 2017

From 1st April 2017, following a £1million Heritage Lottery Fund supported project, we will become the National Justice Museum. Using the UK’s largest collection relating to law, justice, crime and punishment, the new National Justice Museum will include an exciting range of new exhibition areas showcasing even more of our collection. There will also be a range of fun, interactive activities on offer for the whole family to enjoy.

We have outlined just some of our exciting and engaging tours below.  Our tours are forever changing and we run special, exclusive tours throughout the school holidays and depending on the time of year.  To find out which tour is taking place on the day you would like to visit, simply get in touch.

Our day time performance led tours and audio tours are suitable for boys and girls of all ages however, some very young children may find the tours scary due to the nature of the building.
For more information on tours please email [email protected]

*Please be aware that due to the nature of the building, in some parts of the tours there will be low ceilings, uneven floors and many steps.  Flat shoes are advisable and wrap up warm on the colder days throughout the year as some parts of the tour are outside.

WE STRONGLY ADVISE YOU TO PRE BOOK ONTO YOUR DESIRED TOUR TO ENSURE YOU DO NOT MISS OUT!

Lace Market & Edwardian Police Station Tours

Lace Market & Edwardian Police Station Tours Take a fascinating tour of our original 1905 Police Station, not usually open to the public, and learn about the history of the Lace Market on this special walking tour.

Lace Market Heritage Audio Trail. Available daily - £2.95 per person

This audio guide with Joanna Lumley will lead you through the stately streets of Nottingham's famous and historical Lace Market, where Victorian splendour sits neatly on top of a cave system from a much earlier time.

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