National Emergency Services Museum

The National Emergency Services Museum is located in one of Yorkshire’s first purpose built combined police, fire and ambulance stations in the centre of Steel City, Sheffield. Opened in 1983 with just two fire engines and a few small exhibits and only two of the building’s 46 rooms open for the public to view. Since then, the museum has grown and grown year by year. There are now thousands of exhibits and 26 exhibition areas, around 45 vehicles on display and many more exhibits and vehicles currently in storage ready to be displayed we are still developing. The Museum is a Registered Charity and does not receive any major funding. Everything that you see here at the museum has been achieved by donations and your entry fees.We are always working to update the museum and make the museum more hands-on and interactive for visitors.

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