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Diamond review  Crime & Punishment - An Arresting Experience!

Advantages: Interesting Factual Historical and Atmospheric
Disadvantages: Limited access to wheelchairs and push chairs

WARNING Before you read any further I must warn you this is a long review and to do the museum justice I really couldnt leave anything out The even, steady footsteps echoed through the gloom moving along the narrow and winding streets of the Lace Mark ...

melodysparks 16.09.2004 · Read full review
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Review of Galleries Of Justice, Nottingham

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DO YOU DARE....FEEL THE FEAR

Advantages: Loads to see and do and experience.
Disadvantages: Might not keep your toddlers happy for long.

If you are driving into Nottingham, over Trent Bridge, you cannot fail to notice the old Shire Hall building sitting high upon the cliff that is the back of Nottinghams Lace Market. Even from this distance, there is a sense of the historical importance of ...

MandyMinx 04.12.2002 · Read full review
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Money for Old Rope?

Advantages: Excellent insight into three hundred years of crime and punishment, centrally located
Disadvantages: Layout can be a little confusing, some areas may have limited opening hours

The Galleries of Justice, in the heart of Nottingham's Lace Market is considered to be one of the town's premier visitor attractions. It is situated just a few minutes walk from the main shopping areas and is well sign-posted whether walking around town ...

helencbradshaw 23.02.2007 · Read full review
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Once upon a time in Nottingham

Advantages: A view of history through everyday objects in Nottingham
Disadvantages: No access for wheelchairs

The table was covered in the bright green cloth of Lincoln scattered with children's games, the reflection in the large mirror of the heavy Victorian sideboard reproduce the image of the china tea service, the brass oil lamp and the big family bible. In t ...

melodysparks 05.12.2006 · Read full review
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Review of The Museum Of Nottingham Life, Nottingham

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No Highwaymen Here..

Advantages: Affordable, FREE to Residents, Packed with Artefacts, Appeals to the majority
Disadvantages: Little disabled access

The Museum of Nottingham Life, at the Brewhouse Yard Museum is centrally situated in Nottingham itself, just a few minutes walk from the Broadmarsh shopping area and Nottingham Castle. I was attracted to the museum most recently via a link from the Nottin ...

helencbradshaw 16.04.2006 · Read full review
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