National Emergency Services museum
Last Updated on February 28, 2024 by Suzy
The National Emergency Services museum is located close to Sheffield city centre in South Yorkshire. It is located in what was one of Yorkshire’s first purpose-built combined police, fire and ambulance stations.
What is there to do at the National Emergency Services Museum?
The museum has over 40 vehicles on display across three floors of exhibits. Kids can fire up their imaginations and get hands-on with history. They are encouraged to climb aboard, try on uniforms and handle the equipment.
You can discover the grim side of crime in their original police cells and learn all about the vehicles, uniforms and equipment throughout the ages. The museum uses lights, sounds and smoke to bring history back to life. You can stand in the middle of a street fire and stand next to a Road Traffic accident.
On limited weekends you can make your visit extra special by experiencing a ride in one of their fire engines. The engine will leave the museum’s cobbled yard and go for a drive around the streets of Sheffield. This can be pre-booked and costs £2 when you buy your museum ticket online.
Important Information National Emergency Services museum
Is there food and drink available?
There is a cafe serving food and drinks.
What are the main things to do?
A museum dedicated to the history of firefighting, police and ambulance service with interactive exhibits and fire engine tours of Sheffield. There are toilets and a cafe.
What are the ticket prices?
An adult ticket costs £8.00, children aged 3-15 are £6.00 and under 3s are free. Other pricing options are available.
Prices are subject to change and/or discounts online
Is there parking?
There is parking nearby and charges apply.
When are they open?
The National Emergency Services Museum is open from Wednesday to Sunday almost all year round. They are open on bank holiday Mondays. Please visit their website for up-to-date opening times.
Only assistance dogs are permitted.