Enter if you dare: Live Scare Show at Galleries of Justice

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Step into the Live Scare Show at Nottingham’s Galleries of Justice Museum, from 19 – 31 October. You will be stepping back in history to the 13th century; in fact, when Nottingham was suffering from the effects of the plague, murder and a horror of the very worst kind.

Live Scare Show at Galleries of Justice

This tour runs especially for the Halloween season, and is not for the faint-hearted as ‘scare’ it definitely does!  Billed as Nottingham’s first ever scare attraction, it definitely ticks all the boxes.

So, if you dare to be scared, get booked on to one of the 20-minute tours (you wouldn’t want it to last any longer!) and step back in time to enter a Nottingham you have never experienced before.  But, if you’re afraid of the dark, this is not the show for you, for the tour takes you to the deepest, darkest depths of a foregone Nottingham.

Prepare for all of your senses to be brought alive as you walk through the dim and dreary streets of the Narrow Marsh, a part of Nottingham that is best kept in the history books.  The eerie silence is only broken by the sound of the sewer rats, or a distant scream as you walk, feel and smell your way around a bygone era.

Survive the Live Scare Show if you dare!

Galleries of Justice exteriorDates & times: The new ‘Live Scare Show’ is on at the Galleries of Justice Museum from 12 noon until 4pm until 31 October 2013, with shows running every half an hour. Each show lasts approximately 20 minutes and there will be a special late night opening on Wednesday 23 October until 6.30pm. Admission for children under the age of 18 years of age is at the discretion of the parent/carer.

For more details and information, visit Galleries of Justice website.

Posted on 24 October 2013
Featured author: Carly Jones PR Assistant

Chocolate and animal lover, who has landed lucky in a job I love! #lovenotts

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