Greater Manchester Police Overview

This place was formerly a police station that was converted into a museum that details the history of policing in greater Manchester. When it was converted to a museum, its interiors were redesigned to showcase its past and act as a reminder of Victorian Policing. Catch a glance of the finished wood boards and finished glass in the Magistrates Courtroom and experience how prisoners would have felt standing in the dock!

See where Manchester's criminals were charged, fingerprinted and find the cells that were frequently loaded with twelve men on a bustling evening. Exhibits such as guns and police uniforms are also showcased here to know what were used in the old times. Why not sit down on the cell beds with their wooden cushions!

Location: 57A Newton St, Manchester M1 1ET, United Kingdom

Timings: 10:30 AM-3:30 PM

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