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Visit National Emergency Services Museum car-free
It’s easy to reach the National Emergency Services Museum car-free as it is about a 20-minute walk from Sheffield train station or about 15 minutes from the bus station.
Cathedral tram stop is about 5 minutes away, and all lines call there. Local buses stop a couple of minutes away at West Bar, near the self storage and car park. You can get unlimited local bus travel when you travel by train with a Sheffield PlusBus ticket.
There are direct coaches to Sheffield from most major cities in the UK, as well as the Peak District.
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About National Emergency Services Museum
Children can dress up, don a sensory backpack and climb aboard a range of trucks. There are: police vehicles, HM coastguard boats, fire engines from throughout history and ambulances from the early days of the NHS. The museum includes light projections, sounds and smells to bring the exhibits to life. Older visitors can shiver as your encounter prison cells, Victorian murder detectives and emergency service workers from the First World War and Blitz.
For any queries about visiting contact National Emergency Services Museum on 0114 2491 999 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Address: National Emergency Services Museum, The Old Police/Fire Station, West Bar, Sheffield, S3 8PT. Visit Website