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Daily 10am - 5.00pm
Father of forensics
This exhibition explores Spilsbury’s work alongside the story of forensic pathology from its largely discredited beginnings in the early 19th century, to its widespread authority today.
Daily 10am - 5.00pm
The crime gallery
Our Crime Gallery is where you’ll find free family activities and exhibitions exploring a range of topics relating to crime.
Thursday 30th March, 6pm - 8pm
Crime club - Brierley's Believe It Or Not
Meet Richard Butler Brierley, Keeper of the County Gaol. Fifteen years is quite some time to be gaoler and he has seen many a change in that time, as well as many inmates.
Saturday 11th February 2023, 7pm
Cocktails and Crime: Rest in Peace
Travel back in time to the Swinging Sixties in this themed murder mystery evening.
Saturday 11th February, 10am to 3pm
Dr Love: Free love poems
Dr Love and his creative stethoscope will appear at the National Justice Museum on Saturday 11th February from ?am until ?pm to produce personalised poems for Valentine's Day.
Saturday 12 November 2022 - February 2023
'Freedom' Open Call Photography Exhibition
Welcome to an evocative collection of freedom themed photographs, a generous visual response by over two hundred talented photographers. Individually the images illustrate personal notions of freedom, collectively they articulate the nuance of freedom itself from multiple perspectives. A compelling mix of peace, nature, play and love have been captured, alongside urban patterns, portraits, and images articulating identity and the need for equality.
Monday 30 January - Sunday 28 May 2023
Artists in Residence at C2C Social Action
Free to enter
National Justice Museum announces new display created in collaboration with Artists in Residence at C2C Social Action. Taking place in the Museum’s free Project Lab, the display is a coproduced exploration on how working collaboratively with nature in urban settings can be the catalyst for social change and empowerment
Wednesday 26 April 2023, 8am - 9:30am
Join us for a networking breakfast and explore our award-winning Choices & Consequences workshop
Thursday 25th May, 6pm - 8pm
Crime club - Gallows Hill
For many years the principal location of execution in Nottingham was Gallows Hill. We take a look at the myths and truths associated with this location and the condemned who met their end there before the crowds.