The Museum of Policing in Cheshire preserves and researches the heritage of policing in the county. The exhibits were originally on display in Crewe, however the centre closed in 2004 and the items then moved to Warrington.
The museum now has its own Tardis-style entrance, enabling it to be more widely open to the public. You enter through the doors of the Tardis to be greeted by a 1900's Police officer on a Victorian street scene!
This is a great free day out for all the family to enjoy. Click through to learn more and plan your trip now.
Concessions: Free entry