Cat attends the opening of the new police museum
Cat attends the opening of the new police museum

If you haven’t already been I recommend a trip to the new police museum housed at Lancaster Castle’s former prison.

I popped along when the museum first opened and had a lovely couple of hours taking a trip through time and learning about some of the pivotal moments across Lancashire Constabulary’s history and delving into some incredible historical cases and how they were solved. There are sixteen galleries, each contained within their own prison cell with police uniforms, radios, handcuffs, saddles and other historic memorabilia. With the summer holidays coming up, this would be a great way of entertaining the kids.

The museum is open Thursday and Friday from 10.30am to 4.00pm and closed between 12.30pm – 1.30pm and admission to the museum is free.

Online booking is recommended for your free ticket. Please note there is no wheelchair access to Lancashire Police Museum.

Last admission is 2.30pm.

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