Galleries of Justice, Nottingham
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Der Eintrittspreis erschien uns als Gruppe von 10 Personen, für die uns kein Tarif angeboten wurde zu hoch. Wir haben uns daher den frei zu besichtigenden Teil der Ausstellung angesehen. Hier wird die... read more »Price of admission appeared to us as a group of 10 people, for which no tariff has been offered to us too high. We looked at so the free to visit part of the exhibition. Here the police work is represented until after the 1st World War. A part of the exhibition deals with the police officers who participated in the battles of the 1st WK. An interesting building.show original
On a day in Nottingham we visited the Gallieries of Justice. Receptionist (it was to be her last day ) was really pleasant and advised us there was a your starting in 15 minutes. While waiting we look... read more »
Would highly recommend the Galleries of Justice to visit if in Nottingham. The tour is interactive with the group and very informative about the past of Nottingham. Certainly would go back again.
Dr Kevin Soh
I came here 20 years ago and enjoyed it so much that I decided to revisit this place 20 years later. Still as entertaining as ever. Good acting and presentation by the sheriff, gaoler and matron.
Great insight to the justice system of the past. Tour is fantastic and staff very friendly.
Fascinating insight into the history of Nottingham and the judicial system.
A small amount of imagination required, but some good bits that make it worthwhile.
went here in a party of 7 30th october 2015...........all i can say is what a complete waste of £450 so dont waste ur money didnt hear a single murmer or see anything and as for table tipping etc all i got was a stiff neck,,,,,,,,,,,,,most interesting part was seeing where the prisoners had carved their names in the brickwork outside in the courtyard.also we were split into 2 groups of 22 which had 1 guide in each group who then split us up AGAIN into 11 so he had to go betwwen the 2 groups not very good at all when u have no experience in a situation like this trying to do a ouija board
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