Old Police Cells Museum
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These were closed to prisoners in 1922 but it has reopened as a police museum. They also organise paranormal tours here on Saturday evenings as it is filled with ghosts of previous felons.
The Old Police Cells Museum is dedicated to charting the history of policing in Sussex from 1830 to the present day. A fascinating glimpse into the past. Come and see where the first Brighton Chief Constable was murdered and the graffiti of the mods and rockers era and so much more.
Fascinating museum in the original police cells below Brighton Town Hall. Gives you a real sense of the history of the development of a police force in Britain. Tours guided by a retired member of Sussex Police, so he has some very interesting stories to tell.
Good way to spend an hour or so on a rainy day. The Brighton Police Cells Museum is a tour around the old cells with a very amusing and informative guide. The musuem also has a great selection of police memoribilia from different era's.
Free and interesting Opening times Tuesday 10.30am, Thursday, 10.30am, Saturday 10.30am, closed 21-28 Dec, 31 Dec and 1 Jan Access by pre-booked escorted tour. Tel: 01273 291052 to book