National Justice Museum
Mon - Fri 10am - 5pm & Sat - Sun 10am - 5pm
Free exhibitions for all the family
Our brand new Crime Gallery is where you'll find a range of family activities and free exhibitions exploring a range of topics including:
Test your knowledge and discover interesting facts by taking our fun crime-related quiz!
Compare two 19th century theorists on their ideas around the causes of crime. Henry Mayhew believed it was all down to social environments whereas Cesare Lombrosco believed the reasons were hereditary and that criminals could be determined purely by the shape of their face and features.
Take a look at various acts of protest, riot and terrorism throughout history and search through our jukebox which features protest songs from different eras.
See original forensic evidence from one of the most famous robberies of all time.
Examine the case of Lord Russell who was murdered in 1940 by his valet.
Sit back and get comfortable in our crime lounge where you can pick up a piece of classic crime fiction or play a range of crime-related board games suitable for all the family.
This exhibition area is free and can be accessed without paying the general admission cost