The National Emergency Services Museum is the worlds largest joint 999 museum showing an insight into all of our Emergency Services through hands-on learning with history. With over 50 vehicles on site from manual and horse power to steam and motor and with 3 floors of exhibits to explore, discover and learn including real Victorian Police Cells (including smells!) there really is something for all the family!
Blood, Bandages & Blue Lights is an all new exhibition dedicated to the history of our Ambulance Service. Explore the strange and spectacular story of our ambulance service from bonkers Victorian medicine to wonderful wartime technology.
Opening 13th October 2018
Our education visits are designed to teach vital life safety skills through hands-on learning with history!
Visits last for 2 - 5 hours and are based at the Museum itself in Sheffield.
DID YOU KNOW THE GREAT
FIRE OF LONDON WAS 350
YEARS AGO! (1666 - 2016)
Did you know the National Emergency Services Museum is a registered charity dedicated to preserving the history and heritage of the Emergency Services from Fire, Police and Ambulance Service to the vast variety of Rescue Services.
You can support us with every visit by simply asking to Gift Aid your ticket and enjoy the benefits of paying once and visiting us all year round.
Both the museum building and some of our amazing fleet of vehicles are available to hire from Birthday Parties, Meetings and Corporate Events to Paranormal Investigations, TV and Film, Weddings and Funerals.