The Greater Manchester Police Museum and Archives lets you learn and experience what life was really like for the officers of Greater Manchester Police. When exploring this old Victorian Police Station you will be able to see how times have changed since and how policing has evolved to keep up with the present and the needs of our community.
Greater Manchester Police Museum is resides in the Northern Quarter in the City Centre and is one of Manchester’s earliest police stations which has now been restored to reflect the reality of policing in the late 1800’s and early 1900’s.
You’ll be able to explore where criminals were charged, fingerprinted and visit the prison cells that feature cell beds with wooden pillows.
To get to the Greater Manchester Police Museum – you can catch all services towards Manchester Piccadilly.
Dates and Times
Admission into the museum is free and open Tuesday and Thursday during school holidays from 10.30am to 3.30pm until 29th August 2019. It is closed weekends and public holidays
Greater Manchester Police Museum & Archives Website
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