National Justice Museum, The Lace Market, High Pavement, Nottingham, United Kingdom
Galleries Of Justice And City Of Caves Ghost Hunt
Known as The Shire Hall, this independent museum situated on High Pavement in the Lace Market in Nottingham is a truly important building. The Galleries of Justice is a large building and houses what was once the old Gaol, the Police Station and a Victorian Courtroom. The Courtrooms themselves date back to the 14th Century and the Gaol itself to 1449. The building was also used as a police station from 1905 to 1985, the courts closed in 1986. It is a site of historical importance and is the only place where an individual could be arrested, sentenced and executed.
The Nottingham City of Caves (ALSO KNOWN AS TIGGUO COBAUC) which lie under the Broadmarsh Shopping Centre in Nottingham is a vast area dating back to medieval times. Beneath the houses, shops and offices of Nottingham lie hundreds of caves. Few people in Nottingham are aware of this labyrinth, which exists underneath the city streets, and fewer still have visited them. Nottingham has more man-made caves than anywhere else in Britain. People have worked and lived in them for over 1,000 years.
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