The National Justice Museum Royal Courts of Justice North West
National Justice Museum Education,University of Manchester, Williamson Building, , , M13 9PLuk
MONTHS OPENJanuary, February, March, April, May, June, July, August, September, October, November, December
Listed under: Curriculum Subject / Activity Type | Citizenship | English | History | PSHE | Day Trip Destinations | Historic Buildings | Historical Heritage | Museums | Storytelling | Themed Attraction | Law | Sociology | Crime and Punishment
What we offer on a school trip
The National Justice Museum provides a truly authentic experience of law and order, crime and punishment through its broad range of educational programmes. These uniquely explore real life historic and contemporary court cases drawn from the Museum’s archives. The Museum’s North West educational team is based at the University of Manchester and its courses on site are led by the University team. The Museum’s learning specialists also work at Greater Manchester Police Museum [based in an 1879 Police Station building in the Northern Quarter], Manchester Crown Court, Crowne Square, Burnley Combined Court, and Bolton University’s Moot Court, where students can go on guided tours of the campus.