From February 2017, following a £1million Heritage Lottery Fund supported project The Galleries of Justice we will become the National Justice Museum. Using the UK’s largest collection relating to law, justice, crime and punishment, the Museum will continue to deliver high quality educational experiences at authentic legal and heritage sites both in Nottingham and across the UK.
The Museum is currently going through a major redevelopment, which will see the whole museum being refurbished and new displays, exhibitions and performances being created. There will also be a big volunteer recruitment drive for a new volunteer role. At least 50 new volunteers are needed for Front of House. The role will be to assist the visitor to engage with the museum, new exhibitions, activities and interactives and to help visitors orientate around the site.