Exciting Changes at the Galleries of Justice Museum
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.
Please note: The Galleries of Justice Museum will close from 20th February 2017 as we embark on a major capital works project. During this time, visitors will be able to experience a new tour of our original 1905 Police Station and tours of Nottingham’s historic Lace Market.
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.
Tickets: £5 (adult)/£4 (concession)
£16 family tickets also available (2 adults and 2 concessions)
Book Police Station and Lace Market Tours here (from Monday 20th Feb)
Book a tour for the City of Caves here
Other useful information:
- Please book your tour time at your earliest convenience on the day to avoid disappointment, particularly in the week as we sometimes have a substantial number of school group visits.
- Please note: Students MUST show their NUS card on arrival.
- Due to the historic nature of our Grade 2* listed building we strongly advise wheelchair users to book in advance and inform us if they are bringing a wheelchair. We can then arrange for an exclusive tour. Please contact us on 0115 952 0555 for more information.
- *Disclaimer: 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.