National Emergency Services Museum – Sheffield
National Emergency Services Museum is the worlds largest joint 999 museum showing a small insight into all of our Emergency Services through hands-on learning with history.
With around 35 vehicles on site, 3 floors of exhibits to explore, discover and learn including real Victorian Police Cells (including smells!) there really is something for all the family! Use your Skidaddle Card for a 2 for 1 entry offer.
Feel as if you’re in the thick of the action and adventure, with the sights and sounds of the National Emergency Services Museum. And come face to face with some of the most amazing vehicles and exhibits around!
The Museum is the LARGEST volunteer run Museum of it’s kind in the UK, and is mainly staffed by volunteers and relies on sponsors, donations and money from the door/Gift Shop and Cafe
If YOU could help us in any way possible, we would be VERY grateful if you could contact the Museum
The Museum was acquired in 1982 and was set up as The South Yorkshire Fire Service Historical Society. The building had stood derelict for many years and fire-fighters from the South Yorkshire Brigade began to refurbish the Victorian Police and Fire Station so that a permanent home would be found for the vast range of fire service related memorabilia that was sitting in attics and local fire stations all over the county. By August 1983 the museum was ready to open it’s doors. Though much work has been done, there is still a tremendous amount to be done to restore all the rooms to full use.
A fantastic, fun and educational day out for all the family using your Skidaddle Card have fun!