National Emergency Services Museum

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English National Emergency Services Museum

The National Emergency Services Museum is a museum in Sheffield, England. Opened on 8 May 1984 as the Sheffield Fire and Police Museum, it was given its present name on 1 January 2014.

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English National Emergency Services Museum

The world's largest collection of vehicles, uniforms and memorabilia from the police force, fire brigade and ambulance service.

Address West Bar, Sheffield, S3 8PT
Price Adults: £8; Children 3–15 years old: £6; Children under 3 years old: free; Families: £22; Concessions: £7; 999 staff: free
Last Edit2018-06-13

English National Emergency Services Museum

The world's largest collection of vehicles, uniforms and memorabilia from the police force, fire brigade and ambulance service.

Address West Bar, S3 8PT
Price Adults £8; children 3–15 years old £6; children under 3 years old free; families £22; concessions £7; 999 staff: free
Last Edit2017-11-01
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