Located in the Lace Market in the city of Nottingham, Galleries of Justice Museum is a fascinating look at the history of Nottingham’s Crime and Punishment. Brought to life with actors, sounds, lighting and exhibitions, they prove that learning really can be fun! It isn't just for children though, anyone who is curious about the ghastly past of the justice system will find this extremely captivating and will want to come back and learn more. Too add a sinister twist to the proceedings, visitors will be interested to know that the location was actually where Nottingham’s outlaws were tried, imprisoned and even executed! The museum put on innovative tours such as the ghost tour and the Crime and Punishment Tour and of course, what Nottingham Museum would be complete without some insight into the town’s most infamous outlaw – watch as The Villainous Sherriff of Nottingham puts Robin Hood on Trial! Who will you be rooting for? Both informative and exciting, the museum is worth a visit whether you’re a local or have come from a bit further afield.
Being in a fairly central location means that there are lots of restaurants near to Galleries of Justice Museum, so once you’ve digested all that grisly information you will no doubt want to go for a meal or grab a quick lunch. The closest restaurant to Galleries of Justice is Merchants restaurant which is in the Lace Market Hotel, so not far at all! On the same street is the Cock and Hoop, serving lovely British food. Since a visit to the Museum is perfect for a family day out, why not finish it with a meal at one of the restaurants nearby Galleries of Justice within a fifteen mile radius? We’ve listed them here for you to make things as easy as possible and you can even book a table online.