If you love a day spent at the museums, you'll have a blast at the Tetbury Police Museum!
In 1969 the Tetbury Magistrates Court was moved to Cirencester, this in turn led to the local Police Force taking over a new building in London Road.
At this time, in order to preserve a part of Tetbury’s heritage whilst keen to provide a ‘public’ council office, the Town Council purchased the Victorian Police Station and Courtroom in Long Street, now formally known as Tetbury Council Offices and Police Museum.
You can visit the museum Monday to Friday, between 10am-3pm (excluding bank holidays).
Concessions: Free entry