The Galleries of Justice
What are they?
Welcome to The Galleries of Justice, a museum of crime and punishment that is housed in the old Nottingham Shire Hall.
This building has witnessed centuries of justice and injustice, from the time of Robin Hood and the crusades to the present day. Here, you will see the original courtroom, prison, and police station, where many criminals faced trial, torture, and execution. You will also learn about the history and the stories of the people who worked and lived here, some of whom may still haunt the premises. Many paranormal phenomena have been reported here, such as disembodied voices, footsteps, shadows, and poltergeist activity. Some of the most haunted areas include the condemned cell, the oubliette, the exercise yard, and the caves.
Are you brave enough to join us on a spine-chilling ghost hunt of The Galleries of Justice? If so, follow me as we explore the darkest secrets of this building, and try to make contact with the spirits that dwell here. But be careful, you never know who or what you might encounter in this place of horror and mystery.