A tour of the National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield
Wednesday, 28th June 2023
2:00 pm to 4:00 pm
The National Emergency Services Museum, Sheffield
£5 (normal admission is £8.50)
Following the very interesting talk to The Victorian Society in April by Matt Wakefield, Chief Executive and Trustee, we have arranged a daytime conducted tour of the National Emergency Services Museum in Sheffield.
During his talk Matt brought along a number of objects from the museum’s collection for the audience to see and handle. If you come along to this tour you will have the opportunity to see and handle many more items in the museum’s collection. The museum contains exhibitions about the Police, Fire and Ambulance services, as well as HM Coastguard and an exhibition about the Blitz.
The museum building was a combined police, fire and ambulance station in Victorian times and won the family-friendly museum of the year award in 2022.
There is also a cafe that you can visit either before or after the tour.
Charge £5 (normal admission is £8.50)
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The National Emergency Services Museum is located in the Old Police/Fire Station, West Bar, Sheffield S3 8PT
Getting to the museum by Bus, Train or Tram: The museum is just a short walk from the centre of Sheffield with the nearest tram stops being located at Sheffield Cathedral or Shalesmoor. The nearest bus stop is located on West Bar, directly opposite to the museum with the number bus 57, 81, 82, 86 and 135 all stopping here.
National Emergency Services Museum
The Old Police/Fire Station