Victoria Reeves

Victoria Reeves

Victoria is the Chief Executive of the award winning National Justice Museum, which is based in Nottingham and operates the museum and the City of Caves attraction, as well as providing public legal education nationally through their acclaimed in court sessions.

Victoria has worked in the tourism and heritage sector since 1996 in a variety of roles both within the commercial and charity sector, ranging from Warwick Castle to significant Millennium Commission and National Lottery Heritage Fund projects.  She has worked in the East Midlands since 2005 when she became General Manager of Kedleston Hall for the National Trust, later becoming the Derby Portfolio General Manager to include Sudbury Hall and the Museum of Childhood. She has been working in Nottingham in her current role since 2018.

Away from work, Victoria is a Trustee on the board of the Buxton Crescent Heritage Trust and 2nd Ashbourne Scouts, most of her other spare time is taken up as a taxi service to her two kids and their social commitments!

Victoria Reeves from the National Justice Museum