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The Trial of Guy Fawkes

National Justice Museum, High Pavement, Lace Market, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG11HN
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Sunday 3 November 2019 | 4-6pm
National Justice Museum
Tickets: £6 per person, carers go free.


This Bonfire Night, why not join us for something a little different?

The National Justice Museum is proud to host its first event designed around the needs of autistic people. Come and meet the legendary Guy Fawkes, take a short tour of our punishment gallery and see a silent firework display in our historic Shire Hall.

You may even want to treat yourself to a hot drink and seasonal snack from our café!

The event will run from 4pm – 6pm. A full schedule of the evening will be released nearer to the event date.

This is an autism friendly event that which is suitable for all ages. It is limited to 40 people only.

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