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Galleries of Justice, Nottingham

The Galleries of Justice… History: At its finest.
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. But the hall is most famous for being a jail and a court room. Men, women, and children were sentenced and hanged here 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, So what lies beneath?
The Court room. Light anomalies seen with the naked eye, dark shadows and cries have also been heard, are these the cries of those found guilty?
The Cells. During an investigation, a guest had to leave the area due to a pressure round their neck and other guests feeling a clamminess followed by extreme cold.
The Caves. Our medium had a personal encounter with the spirit of a prisoner… will he show up again?
There are many more areas of this amazing place to be investigated, are you brave enough to join the Haunted Heritage team?


17 February @ 9:00 pm
18 February @ 2:00 am


Galleries of Justice
The Lace Market, High Pavement
Nottingham, NG1 1HU
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Galleries of Justice£42.00DEPOSIT OPTION AVAILABLE. Please call for details. Guests must be aged 18 years and over to attend this event. Refreshments will be served throughout the evening. This venue is not suitable for people with mobility issues or walking difficulties
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