Join us at the fantastic National Justice Museum, Nottingham! Formally known as the Galleries of Justice
One of the most popular visitor attractions in Nottingham.
The Galleries of Justice… History: At its finest.
Take a step back in time and see what you will uncover?
Used for law enforcement for over 600 years, evidence suggests that the hall was first used as far back as 1375 by the Normans, who appointed a sheriff to keep peace and collect taxes.
What do we know?
Most famous for being a jail and a court room. Men, women, and children were sentenced and hanged for crimes as small as theft. Many, undeserving people lost their lives here, young, and old.
Recorded evidence of paranormal activity is rife… ghosts have been seen not only by staff but by visiting guest during the day.
Questions, and there are many!
Whose spirits still linger here? What was their connection to this amazing building? Were they guilty or innocent?
Not convinced yet?
You only need to check out reported sightings on the web!
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