The National Emergency Services Museum is a proud and loving testament to one of Sheffield's most notable and essential sectors. It's housed in a 20th century police and fire station.
Featuring original cobbles, police cells, fire-fighters’ bedrooms and one of the few remaining Fire Brigade observation towers in the United Kingdom.
The surprising factor about this museum is that its run by volunteers only. With three floors, it tells a vivid story of how firefighters, police and the ambulance work together.
To know more or book a spot, visit - www.emergencymuseum.org.uk
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