I visited the Galleries of Justice last year with a friend and it was a lot of fun :) It's one of Nottingham's gems and one that people in the area often don't think of visiting because it's right on our doorstep.
Tours at the Galleries of Justice take place twice an hour (on the hour and half hour). If we meet at 12.30 pm in the foyer and purchase tickets for the 1.00 pm tour, it will give us enough time to see the small exhibition prior to the tour starting. The guided tour lasts for about 45 minutes and seeing the remainder of the exhibition takes 30-45 minutes.
After visiting the Galleries of Justice we can go for drinks afterwards to a cafe/pub. Whatever people fancy :)
It is possible to get a joint ticket for the Galleries of Justice and the City of Caves and you have 6 months to use the other part of the ticket to see the caves. Might be worth purchasing if you plan on seeing the caves within 6 months. Please see the website for ticket prices. Joint tickets for both, or single tickets just for the Galleries can be purchased on the day at the Galleries of Justice. Concessions are available for students with a valid NUS card and also for unemployed people with proof such as a benefits letter.
The website for the Galleries of Justice is below:
*Please note that the meeting time for this event has changed from 1.30 pm to 12.30 pm*