- Indoor and Outdoor
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Get hands-on with 200 years of emergency services history at the The National Emergency Services Museum! Step inside a real Victorian combined fire, police and ambulance station and explore three floors of interactive displays for an educational day out, packed with exciting things to do for the whole family.
From jumping on a police motorbike, to taking a ride along the streets of Sheffield on a real fire engine (complete with nee-naws!), and facing the climbing wall in the mountain rescue room - this will be no ordinary museum visit! You’ll also get to explore Victorian police cells and see fascinating exhibits, such as one of the UK’s last remaining horse-drawn ambulances, Georgian fire pumps and even a full-sized lifeboat.
The National Emergency Services Museum also hosts lots of exciting events throughout the year, so make sure you check what’s on before you go.
- The world’s largest joint 999 museum
- Lots of hands-on fun for the whole family
- Special events throughout the year
Wednesday to Sunday 10:00 - 16:00
Bank Holiday Mondays 10:00 - 16:00
1 hour before closing
Adults (16 - 60): £8.00
Kids (3 - 15): £6.00
Under 3s: Free
Family (2 adults and 2 kids OR 1 adult and 3 kids): £22.00
Concessions (60+, Students): £7.00
999 Staff (with valid ID): Free
Wheelchair users (Due to limited access around the old building): Free
All full price tickets can be upgraded to a year ticket for no extra cost, giving access to the museum for 12 months from first entry.
The Old Police/Fire Station, West Bar, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, S3 8PT, England
0114 2491 999
WebsiteClick here to visit National Emergency Services Museum's website.
National Emergency Services Museum has not told us about their parking.
Yes, there are toilets.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
National Emergency Services Museum has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
Yes, there is an onsite restaurant.
No, National Emergency Services Museum is not wheelchair friendly.
Wheelchair users can access the ground floor. There's a designated area where visitors can leave pushchairs and lockers where any bags can be left.
No, National Emergency Services Museum have stated they are not pushchair friendly.
Assistance/Guide Dogs only