Old Police Cells Museum | Brighton, East Sussex

Brighton is a vibrant city with a rich and colourful history, making it well worth a visit! While you're there, if you're looking for free things to do - make sure you pay a visit to the Old Police Cells Museum.

Located inside the Brighton Town Hall, the police cells were condemned in 1929 and so today they are open to the public, to explore and learn about their history!

Many infamous criminals have resided in the cells, so this place isn't for the faint hearted. What's more, if you ever find yourself attending Brighton Fringe - be sure to check out the events being held at the cells.



Concessions: Free entry