The Greater Manchester Police Museum is also an exhibition hall about the police. The museum contains a lot of things about the British police. This very unique museum is also fun, and there are many equipment exhibits lost.
Several former police officers at the Greater Manchester Police Museum, who acted as an interdepartmental commentary, were surprised at the weight of the riot helmet, which was free for two and a half hours, but the donation was welcome and the museum was open only on Tuesday.
Children can be scared and educated to understand the way the British police handled cases before ~ but the people inside are a bit funny, the children will like ~
The museum, once a police station in Manchester City during the Victorian era, houses weapons and uniforms used by the police at the time, and exhibits original forensic equipment of the time. The decoration and layout of the museum remains what it was a century ago.
It is free and the staff here are very friendly and let the children learn this kindness. Can see the old cell, very historical police items, even have an old police phone box replica and a mini court replica!